Autumn Literacy Worksheets for Kindergarten

Hey everyone 🙂

If you are after some Autumn themed worksheets targeted at literacy development, then this work pack is or you! Included is a collection of activities that cover a wide variety of skills in literacy that include letter recognition, letter beginning sounds, vocabulary building, sight word practice, word family grouping and much more!

These are suitable for use with children in Kindergarten (Prep) and are so simple to prepare for use. Simply print them at your convenience and they are ready to go! Children can color, cut, paste as well as do some matching activities while they practice their fine motor development while doing so.

First up we have Autumn Tree Alphabet match (upper and lower case letters-6 pages). Children are to identify the appropriate lowercase letter to the capital letter shown on the tree. Dot paints or coloring pencils may be used to color to show their match.

Autumn leaves missing cut and paste (2 pages)

Children can cut and paste the letters provided in the bottom of the page and paste them into the correct spot to complete the sequence.

Pumpkin Letter and Word Sorting

This is a great identification activity for children to sort alphabetic letters on one side and words on the other. Children can cut and paste them into the correct columns.

Autumn How Many Words in A Sentence? (2 pages-with and without counting dots)

Children can read the sentence and must count how many words there are and write their answer. This is great because it connects literacy and numeracy in one activity as they practice reading and counting to complete the task. A page with counting dots is provided for children who may find this difficult.

Autumn Beginning Sounds (2 pages)

These pages are a simple but great way to get kiddos to practice letter sound recognition. Children are to examine the pictures, say the name of the picture and determine which letter is the beginning sound for that word by coloring it in.

Autumn Syllables (2 pages)

Children are to read aloud the name of each picture and color in the correct circle to show how many syllables the word contains.

Autumn Beginning blends

Children must identify the correct beginning blend for each word and color in their answer. To assist, encourage them to say the word out loud to ‘hear’ the beginning blend sound.

Squirrel and Acorns Word families (5 pages)

Kiddos will love these color, cut and paste activities! They must identify which word family each word belongs to and paste it in the correct word family group.

Autumn Rhyming Cut & Paste.

Children may color in the pictures and say what the pictures are. They are to consider which picture’s word rhymes with another (eg. Corn-horn) and match it.

The next few activities focus on sight words where kiddos are to sound out and identify sight words and even practice sentence structure using sight words.

Next we have an Autumn reading comprehension booklet and question page. Assemble by cutting, stacking and stapling where indicated. Children are to read then answer the comprehension questions by coloring the correct circles to answer.

Lastly we have the Autumn build-a-word vocabulary booklet (11 words). This is a really great and fun reading activity that children can keep and re-read over and over to practice their words and see how they have unscrambled the letters to build the word.

Assemble the booklet and let children examine the pictures with the jumbled letters alongside it. Kiddos can trace the word first then build it with the letter tiles and then color the picture.

These will be so fun to complete and are all beneficial for building literacy skills, you will not be disappointed! You could even showcase your children’s work in your class/home or make a portfolio to display their literacy Autumn work pack.

Happy Teaching!

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