It's pumpkin time again!
We hope that you enjoy this newly revised freebie document using fun fall-themed clip art. It is a wonderful autumn time concept packet that would be perfect for use with many Pre-K students! Fill free to use as worksheets (simply download the worksheet that don't focus on the color concept, and print out in black ink only to distribute to individual students, or print out in color and insert into sheet protectors and use dry erase markers for repetitive use.) Another idea would be to print out the colorful sheets for posting around your classroom or therapy room. They will bring nice autumn pictures to your surroundings and will give your students the opportunity to practice and learn common preschool level concepts all throughout the fall.
What you will find inside this free concept packet:
1) A concept worksheet asking for the preschooler to find the object that is different.
2) A shapes concept worksheet asking for the preschooler to identify the shapes shown.
3) A concept worksheet asking for the preschooler to point from the smallest to the biggest leaf.
4) A pronoun worksheet asking for the preschooler to indicate if the picture shows a HE, SHE, or IT pronoun.
5) A worksheet asking the preschooler to count the total amount of pumpkins on the page.
6) A letter worksheet asking the preschooler to identify the uppercase letter from A to F.
7) A vocabulary worksheet asking the preschooler to identify the autumn-themed object.
8) A color concept worksheet that asks the preschooler to name the color of the fall-themed object shown.
We hope that this freebie exceeds your expectations and we welcome any and all comments and feedback here at TpT or sent via email. We can be reached at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you so much for stopping by our Twin Speech, Language & Literacy TpT store today. We wish you all well and appreciate your support very much!
Happy fall wishes to you all!
Shanda Gaunt, M.S. CCC-SLP
Manda Riebel, M.A. CCC-SLP
Twin Speech, Language & Literacy LLC
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