Get ready for fall with this fun 30 days of fall picture books printable! Perfect for young readers or those who are trying to learn how to read.
And when you give your child a task of looking at books or reading the words, you’ll find that it creates excitement as well. Picture books are a great way to help them transition into an early reader and looking at one every single day can make that easily happen. Don’t forget, we have a collection of free printable bookmarks for kids to grab too!
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Fall Picture Books for Kids
Reading is the building block for early learning. And honestly, it continues all throughout the age of a child. Starting them young by looking at picture books helps to increase their curiosity in books as they get older as well. Use these books to get ready for the Fall with kids, or use them as extension reading for your Fall activities.
This fall picture book printable if the perfect way to introduce 30 new board books to your little one! Head to the library and check them out, or click on the images below to grab them from Amazon, and show them just how fun and adventurous reading can be!
How to Make an Apple Pie and See the WorldFletcher and the Falling LeavesHello, Harvest MoonPumpkin Circle: The Story of a GardenThe Apple CakeLeavesThe Apple Pie That Papa BakedWoody, Hazel and Little PipFall BallAutumn: An Alphabet AcrosticThe Biggest Pumpkin EverA Tree for All SeasonsLeaf ManWe’re Going on a Leaf HuntWhy Do Leaves Change Color?SouthBy the Light of the Harvest MoonHow Many Seeds in a Pumpkin?Zero Is the Leaves on the TreesThe Little Yellow LeafPumpkin Soup: A Picture BookPumpkin MoonshineAutumn is here!The Apple Pie TreeOx-Cart ManThis Is NOT a PumpkinJohnny AppleseedApple Farmer AnnieMouse’s First Fall (Classic Board Books)Leaf Jumpers
How do board books encourage reading?
Even though there may not be a ton of words on the pages, it shows your child that holding and reading books can open up their creativity and imagination easily. There’s really nothing better than getting lost in the pages and story of a great book…and showing your child this at a young age is amazing!
Board books help your child understand and make that transition and get excited about learning how to read. Plus, board books give you and your child a chance to sit down, slow down and look and discuss the pictures on the pages together.
Don’t forget to print out your 30 day fall picture books printable for kids!
Simply click on the image below and print. It’s as simple as that.
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