These fall calendar numbers can be used not only for the calendar but also for so many other fall activities for preschoolers as well!
Grab your own set of the free printable fall numbers for your classroom below. They’ll pair well with all of the fall math ideas you have planned.
Number cards are so versatile and can be used to in a wide variety of math activities for preschoolers. The fall illustrations add a sense of whimsy and keep the kids engaged as they’re playing and learning.
Use the printable fall numbers to practice math skills like counting, number identification, and one-to-one correspondence. They can also, of course, be integrated into your traditional or linear calendars!
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I have to admit, I love using clip art and fonts to create items for my classroom. It’s not everyone’s cup of tea, but it’s something I enjoy.
For our October calendar, my students requested fall leaves and acorns, and I was happy to oblige.
I thought I’d share my fall calendar numbers with you wonderful readers today. They’re great for a variety of math activities beyond the calendar too.
Be sure to get your free printable version of the number cards at the bottom of this post.
Fall Calendar Numbers
You can do so much with these printable number cards this fall!
Bonus: they’re so easy to prep. And if you laminate them the first time around, they can be reused across the years.
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- Leaf and acorn calendar numbers (free printable below)
- Laminator (optional)
- Laminator pouches (optional)
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How to Prep the Fall Calendar Numbers
Download and print out the fall calendar cards (you can get your free copy at the bottom of this post).
Cut them out. I cut them out in square shapes, but you can also cut them out with curved edges.
Once they’re cut out, I’d suggest laminating the fall calendar numbers. They last soooooo much longer if they’ve been laminated.
We have a laminator at school, but I chose to use a home laminator because the laminator sheets are thicker. Cut everything out!
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How to Use the Fall Calendar Numbers
Right now, we’re using these numbers as part of our calendar. I created a simple ABB pattern with the acorns and leaves.
During circle time, the children and I count the numbers in English and Spanish.
Then we go back and “read” the pattern and predict what’s next.
This class loves to “play school” during centers and choice time – they set up the calendar and run through our circle time routine.
They also bring out all of the fall calendar numbers and try to get them in the correct order.
These number cards are great for all kinds of early math activities, beyond calendar time. Here are a few more ideas:
- Kids can put the numbers in order from 1 to 31.
- Children can match the acorn numbers to the appropriate leaf numbers.
- Bring out some math manipulatives. Help the children place the correct amount of manipulatives under each number. You can’t go wrong with acrylic leaves and acorns (the kids just love them!).
Do you use fall calendar numbers at home or school?
Would your kiddos enjoy these leaf and acorn numbers? Let me know what you think! And check out other September calendar numbers for even more classroom ideas.
Fall Preschool Lesson Plans
The lesson plans come with a week’s worth of preschool lessons and activities already planned out. There are printable lesson plans, lesson and activity explanations, book suggestions, and coordinating printables.
Here are some you might like:
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