Label the picture worksheets were always a favorite for my children during their younger years. My youngest is currently a very busy 2 1/2 year old boy, so we will see if they become a favorite for him in the coming years.
My guess is his love of the outdoors and beating on trees with sticks will override a desire to cut and paste and use a pencil. 😉 But he could prove me wrong!
ETA: Four years later at 6 1/2 years old, the above statement has proven to be very true!
I have several seasonal Label the Picture worksheets here at Mama’s Learning Corner, but I lacked a Fall set. I’m thrilled this fall set is finished and your young learners can label away!
This post was originally written in 2019. The pages have received a complete face lift with new fonts and many new pages. Please re-download and enjoy again!
🍂 Browse through the variety of fall worksheets and hands-on printable activities here at Mama’s Learning Corner! You’ll find writing activities, color by code worksheets, File Folder Word Wall activities, and more!
I have always appreciated interactive worksheets that provide a variety of practice for different skills.
Label the picture worksheets help with scissor skills, handwriting practice, identifying common objects in our every day environment, and beginning reading skills.
That’s a lot of work packed into these pages!
Label the Picture Worksheets for Fall
This set of Fall Label the Picture worksheets provides two different versions for your children: 10 worksheet pages of cut and paste practice and 10 pages of fill-in-the-blank handwriting practice.
20 total worksheet pages are included.
The cut and paste worksheets have a picture prompt and 5 vocabulary words chosen from the picture. Your students cut out each word and then match them to the correct area on the worksheet page.
The other 10 worksheets in this packet include the same pictures as in the cut and paste set, however, children write in the correct vocabulary words.
There is a word bank provided on each page to aid with vocabulary and spelling.
You can have your child complete both pages, practicing several fine motor skills. Or you could use this activity for easy differentiation in your classroom – some kiddos need more practice with specific skills.
Ideas for Using Label the Picture Worksheets
If you’re a teacher in a traditional classroom, you can use these label the picture resources in your fall centers, send home in backpacks as fun work, use for earlier finishers, or put in your sub tub for a fun treat!
If you’re in a homeschool setting, this would be a fun addition to your child’s daily workbox, a nice change of pace during your phonics lesson, or as a
Regardless of the setting in which you use these worksheets, this a prime opportunity for phonics practice. Point out vowel teams, blends, or digraphs. Practice dividing words into syllables, and why you divide words in that method. Teach that all syllables have at least one vowel. Practice silent e words. Review singular and plural words.
The teaching opportunities abound with even simple worksheets!
If you are an All Access Pass member, you can easily find and download all of the Label the Picture Worksheets, including this Fall Packet.