Fall books can be such a treasure to read with your child. Here’s our top 5 fall book picks along with fall dot marker printables to do at home with your child.
A quick and easy way to explore learning concepts at home this fall.
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How can you not love to read books with Pumpkins, Leaves, Apples, Farms, Spiders, Monsters, Ghosts as you welcome fall with your child. Somehow they find a way to explore your child’s imagination and connect with nature a bit more as you read them. There are a few classics that would make great books with your child of any age this fall. Yes, the big kids enjoy picture books too.
The next time you’re at the library or book store keep your eye out for these fall books for kids.
5 Must Read Books for Fall
Here’s what made our Must Read Book List for Fall. I’ve included links to the books and to printable Activity sheets for using Dot Markers. Plus you can visit the Weekly Virtual Book Club for Kids Activity Ideas for each book too.
The best part is that Ada from Fiddle and Doddle has created Fall Dot Marker Printable Sets for each featured book for you CLICK HERE TO PRINT
- Leaf Man by Lois Ehlert
- Ten Apples Up On Top! by Dr. Seuss
- Little Blue Truck board book by Alice Schertle
- Pete the Cat: Five Little Pumpkins by James Dean
- The Very Busy Spider by Eric Carle
Fall Dot Marker Printables
I love finding ways to do purposeful activities with my child that are quick and easy. Each book I’m highlighting with a quick printable fall dot marker printable packet that they can do on their own to reinforce the book concepts and basic learning concepts for preschoolers and kindergartners. Best part is that each fall dot marker printable is free from Fiddle and Doodle.
Just click on which ones you want to print out. You can purchase the dabber dot markers on Amazon here.
Leaf Man Dot Marker Printable
Leaf Man by Lois Ehlert
The fall wind is gusting, and Leaf Man is on the move. Is he drifting east, over the marsh and ducks and geese? Or is he heading west, above the orchards, prairie meadows, and spotted cows? No one’s quite sure, but this much is certain: A Leaf Man’s got to go where the wind blows.
CLICK HERE for Leaf Activity Ideas on our blog.
Fiddle and Doodle Dot Markers are sharing 5 different printable packets to go with my top picks for Fall Books. Plus when you purchase on Amazon they come with an Alphabet activity book too.
Ten Apples Up On Top Dot Marker Printable
Ten Apples Up On Top! by Dr. Seuss
Three friends, a lion, a god and a tiger share their balance counting and fun in this silly Beginner Book by Dr. Seuss. They can each do different things while balancing apples on their heads. Whether drinking milk, jumping rope, or roller-skating, they can do a lot with ten apples up on top!
CLICK HERE for Apple Activity Ideas on our blog.
You can work on counting and number recognition by printing out these activity sheets from Fiddle and Doodle. My daughter thought it was such a fun way to work together on learning at home. She loved how all on her own she could take the dot markers out from their box and put the lids on and off, perfect for little hands.
Little Blue Truck Dot Marker Printable
Little Blue Truck board book by Alice Schertle
Beep! Beep! Beep! Meet Blue. This adorable little blue pick up truck gets stuck in the mud while pushing a big dump truck on a muddy country road. Luckily, Blue has made several farm animal friends along his route as he great them. The farm animals are willing to do whatever it takes to get their friend our of the mud as great lesson for kids in helping others.
CLICK HERE for Little Blue Truck Activity Ideas on our blog.
Five Little Pumpkins Dot Marker Printable
Pete the Cat: Five Little Pumpkins by James Dean
Pete the Cat shares their own version on the classic favorite children’s song “Five Little Pumpkins” The illustrations bring to life this classic rhyming Halloween song. Great for working on number recognition too.
CLICK HERE for Pumpkin Activity Ideas on our Blog.
The Very Busy Spider Dot Marker Printable
The Very Busy Spider by Eric Carle
This very busy spider spins her web on a fence post at the farm. Page by page, the farm animals try to distract her, yet the busy little spider keeps diligently at her work. When she is done, she is able to show everyone that not only is her creation quite beautiful, it is also quite useful for catching flies!
CLICK HERE for Spider Themed Activities on our blog.
Fiddle and Doodle Dabber Dot Markers
Fiddle and Doodle reached out to me to share about their Dot Markers and the unique way that they package your purchase on Amazon with an activity book perfect for kids learning their letters and working on fine motors skills.
My Kindergarten child was so excited to see the activity book. Once we finished the activity book an even bigger surprise came when I showed her that we could create even more activity sheets after reading our Favorite Fall Books for Kids. Fiddle and Doddle has create Fall Dot Marker Printables for you CLICK HERE TO PRINT
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Dabber Dot Markers (8 Vibrant Colors) –
Includes 30 Activity Sheets for Teaching Alphabet, Numbers, Coloring and Drawing
Wishing you a memorable fall with your child as you explore our favorite fall books. These dot marker printables are helpful to keep on hand at the dinner table for when your meal prepping or even for travel during the holidays.
They’d make a great gift idea for the upcoming holidays too. BUY HERE on Amazon.
Which book and fall dot marker printables are you going to try first?
Looking for more book activities for your child? Join our free Virtual Book Club for kids with weekly themes, activities and books for your child.
Little Blue Truck is a big hit at our house! Even all year round!
Hi found you through-inspired bloggers network-I love your book suggestions and the corresponding dot activities! I’m familiar with all the book except Leaf Man so I’m going to go check it out! Once my temperamental printer decides to play nice I will definitely print these out to do with my preschooler!
Great list and fun printables. My kids daughter still love 5 little pumpkins!
Funny – We were just reading Pete the Cat’s Five Little Pumpkins yesterday! Such a fun one.