Fall Math Worksheets

Preschoolers can strengthen math skills with these engaging fall math worksheets. They’ll practice counting, writing numbers, and number recognition to ten.

Practicing these skills is crucial to building a foundation for later math instruction. And, the fun graphics provide a little seasonal component to these fall printables for preschool.

These print-and-go worksheets are perfect for busy homeschool moms and teachers. They can be used in the classroom or at home.

Fall is in the air, and that means it’s time to get add a seasonal twist to your homeschool lessons!

These fall-themed preschool math worksheets are a great way to get your little ones excited about the season.

This pack includes ten math activities for preschoolers and kindergarteners depending on their learning level.

So go ahead and download these free preschool printables and have some autumnal fun!


When using these math worksheets with your preschoolers, try these tips to help your child get the most out of them.

  • 1. Provide a quiet, distraction-free place to work.
  • 2. Go over the instructions together.
  • 3. Encourage them to take their time and focus.
  • 4. Check their work together when they’re finished and help them correct any mistakes.
  • 5. Celebrate their successes and praise their efforts.

By following these tips, you can help your child make the most of these preschool math worksheets and improve their math skills.

Preschool Math Worksheets

This autumn math pack includes a variety of math practice pages designed for preschoolers and kindergarteners. However, they can be used with slightly older kids who need a little extra practice.

There are a total of ten worksheets covering the following skills:

  • Connect the Dots
  • Color by Number
  • Count and Color
  • Count and Match
  • Count and Trace
  • Number Order
  • Sorting by Size
  • Sorting by Shape
  • Count, Cut, and Paste

Connect the Dots

As any preschooler knows, connect the dot worksheets are a fun way to learn number recognition and number order skills.

This worksheet packet includes a connect the dot worksheet featuring numbers 1-30. What image will they reveal when done?

Color by Number

Our acorn color by number sheet is designed to help your child develop fine motor skills, learn numbers, and improve their hand-eye coordination.

Count and Color

Next, kids will identify the numbers 1-10. Then, they’ll color the same number of patches on the scarecrow’s outfit.

Count and Match

There are ten turkeys on the page each with different amounts of feathers on their backs. Kids will count the feathers and draw a line to the correct number.

Count and Trace

Children will count the objects in each row. Then, they’ll trace the number and write it on their own.

Number Order

Children will cut and paste the numbers 1-10 in order.

Sorting by Size

Sorting is an important skill for preschoolers to learn. When they sort, they learn to pay attention to detail.

The worksheet in this pack instructs children to cut and paste four images from smallest to largest.

Sorting by Shape

Another sorting activity has children sorting autumn images according to whether they’re circles, squares, or triangles.

Ten Frames

Working with ten frames is a great way to help little ones practice subitizing. Subitizing is the ability to look at a set and determine how many objects are in that set without counting each individual object.

On this page, children will count the dots in each ten frame. Then, they’ll cut and paste the correct number under each one.

Fall Books

As the leaves begin to change color and the days grow shorter, it’s a perfect time to curl up with a good math picture book.

For young children, these books can introduce basic concepts like shapes and numbers. Here are some of our favorite autumn math picture books for kids.

In One Leaf, Two Leaves, Count with Me!, by Jonah Micklos Jr, little ones can learn to count by observing the changing leaves on a tree. As the leaves fall, children can count along with the book, from one leaf all the way to ten.

Counting on Fall by Lizann Flatt is the first book in the Math in Nature series. As young readers journey into the natural world, they will discover that numbers, patterns, shapes ― and much more! ― can be found by observing everyday plants and animals.

Count Down to Fall by Fran Hawk is a great way to introduce counting backwards from 10 to one during one of the most colorful times of year: fall.

So grab a cozy blanket and snuggle up with one of these fantastic autumn math picture books. Your kids will love learning (or reviewing) their numbers and shapes while enjoying the sights and smells of fall.

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