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Autumn is one of the four seasons on Earth and is the transition from Summer into Winter. In North America, Autumn is also known as the fall, in which both Thanksgiving and Halloween are celebrated. One of the main features of Autumn is the shedding of leaves from deciduous trees. See the fact file below for more information on Autumn.
- Autumn is one of the four seasons.
- It is the transition from Summer into Winter.
- The weather also begins to get colder and many plants stop making food. Autumn is the time when deciduous trees shed their leaves. The leaves change from green to red, orange, yellow or brown before falling.
- The Autumnal Equinox (around September 23 in the Northern Hemisphere and March 21 in the Southern Hemisphere) signifies the start of Autumn, and it ends with the Winter Solstice (around December 21 in the Northern Hemisphere and June 21 in the Southern Hemisphere.)
- Many animals begin to prepare for the winter by storing food in their nests and dens or fat on their bodies.
- In Autumn, there is less sunlight because the days are shorter.
- Pumpkins are a big crop during Autumn. They are used for pies, soups and Jack-o-Lanterns on Halloween.
- Many animals begin to grow warmer coats to prepare for the cold weather following Autumn.
- In the United States, autumn is a time when Thanksgiving and Halloween are celebrated by many people.
- Many crops are harvested in Autumn.
This bundle includes 11 ready-to-use Autumn worksheets that are perfect for students to learn about the Autumn; one of the four seasons on Earth and is the transition from Summer into Winter. In North America, Autumn is also known as the fall, in which both Thanksgiving and Halloween are celebrated
Students will also learn about key words associated with autumn as well as a number of challenging writing tasks with an Autumn association.
Throughout the extensive worksheet pack there are multiple lesson resources and quizzes for students to practice their knowledge which can be used within the classroom or homeschooling environment.
Included Autumn worksheets:
Autumn Word Search
Students will tackle this Autumn quiz in the form of a word search which students will complete using the knowledge gained from previous activities and quizzes.
Using the knowledge gained from the fact file and previous studies; students must color the pictures that belong in Autumn.
Is It True
In this activity, students must write whether the Autumn statement is True or False.
Guess The Word
Another quiz which challenges the students to guess the word using the image beside the blank. Students must then fill in the blank.
My Autumn story
Writing story task where students are challenged to describe an experience in Autumn. This pushes the student to be creative in their description.
Pose Of All Seasons
Fun task where students are challenged to take a picture in the same spot around school for every single one of the four seasons. They must then describe the differences in the picture.
Decode The Quote
Using the clues students must decode the quote in the boxes provided. Challenging task.
I Saw The Sign
Observation & writing task. Students are challenged to draw and describe four signs that can be observed in their surroundings to signal the start of Autumn.
In Autumn Poem Writing Task
Students are challenge to read the poem and share what they are visualising with the rest of the class. Creative worksheet!
Read & analyse a news story and answer a number of challenging questions based upon the specific article.
After completing these worksheets students will be able to:
- Have a clear understanding about the Autumn season and the difference between Autumn and other seasons.
- Complete a number of quiz and fill in the blank activities to test their knowledge of Autumn.
- Explain & understanding climate change and how it is impacting the traditional seasons as we know them.
- Write about and visualise Autumn using the poem by Winifred C Marshall as the focal point.
- Talk about the differences between the seasons and use life observations as a way to describe these differences.
- Complete a number of ELA exercises tied to the topic of Autumn.
- Share Autumn experiences and memories with the rest of the class.
These worksheets have been specifically designed for use with any international curriculum. If you need Autumn worksheets for your classroom, you can use these worksheets as-is, or edit them using Google Slides to make them more specific to your own student ability levels and curriculum standards.