Are you in the fall mood yet?
We had our first actual cool weather day here yesterday and it was wonderful.
I put on my favorite sweater, walked out the door, and enjoyed a hot coffee. Of course, we’ll have highs in the 80s again later this week, but for those few minutes, it really felt like fall had arrived.
Fall is a great time to focus on building sight word skills with students.
If you’re working on sight words this year, these fall sight words flashcards are a fun way to strengthen reading skills and get into the fall spirit!
Keep reading to see how to get your copy.
By the way, be sure to take a look at our Fall Alphabet and Number Playdough Mats too!
Printable Fall Sight Words Flashcards
To use these fall sight words flashcards, you’ll need the following: (Affiliate links are listed below. For details, see our Disclosure Policy.)
- Printer (with ink)
- Printer paper
- Laminator (if you want to reuse them later)
- Hook and loop adhesive coins (optional)
- Dry erase markers (optional)
These flashcards are perfect for kids who are working on sight word skills, whether they’re toddlers or even first graders!
In this early literacy resource, you’ll find flashcards for the following fall-themed sight words:
- And School!
There’s also a blank set of cards without the words so that kids can practice identifying each picture.
A set of cards with just the words is also included to help students learn to recognize the words alone.
There’s also a set of cards with the words only to practice recognizing the words on their own.
How to Use the Fall Sight Words Flashcards with Students
There are several ways to use these fall noun sight words learning cards in the classroom.
Cut apart the picture cards and let students practice identifying each item before introducing the written words.
Add in the written noun sight word flashcards and practice identifying each picture by reading the words.
Students who are ready to practice writing can use the blank word labels to write the sight word for each card.
You may wish to laminate the cards and hand out dry erase markers for the labeling activity.
Keep the flashcards nearby for students to check their work at centers or in morning tubs.
You can even add hook and loop adhesive coins to turn the matching activities into reusable practice at centers.
For even more fall fun, check out the following kids’ books about fall as well as some fun fall crafts and activities for children!
Kids’ Books about Fall
1. Hooray for Fall! by Kazuo Iwamuara
2. Fall (The Seasons) by Nuria Roca
3. Mouse’s First Fall by Lauren Thompson
4. I See Fall by Charles Ghigna
Kids’ Fall Crafts and Activities
1. Fall Playdough Recipe – Learn Play Imagine
2. 50 Free Fall Printables – Look! We’re Learning!
3. Fall Button Tree Quiet Bin – Hands On As We Grow
4. Leaf Stamping Fall Tree Craft – Crafty Morning
5. Fall Snow Globe Craft – Look! We’re Learning!
Get even more ideas for learning about fall below!
To get your copy of our Fall Sight Words Flashcards, pick up our Seasons of Sight Seasonal Sight Word Learning Cards set!
The fall sight words learning cards are inside, plus noun sight word practice for spring, summer, and winter too!
Watch the video to get a look at this resource in full!