These Free Printable Fall Directed Drawing worksheets are perfect for developing listening skills and engaging kids in distance learning this year. Download yours today!
Directed drawing is a step-by-step approach to drawing that’s easy for young children to follow. With these Free Printable Fall Directed Drawing pages, your little learners can practice drawing their own acorns, apples, pumpkins, and leaves.
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You can use these free printables to direct students easily in person or share a screen to teach your little learners as a distance learning activity this autumn. Directed drawing activity printables are a great way to help students master lots of important early learning skills.
Keep reading to learn more about what you can do in the classroom with directed drawing activities and check out lots more seasonal ideas too.
Learning to Draw
Teaching children to draw using these easy printables is a fun way to help children build confidence and feel successful while learning.
The best part? Directed drawing helps children practice listening skills and learn to follow directions. It’s a skill that will serve them well throughout their education and life in general.
Directed drawing activities help to build a foundation for bigger and better things. These activities might seem a bit frivolous compared to counting and learning letters, but creative activities like this encourage children to try bigger things, branch out, and be confident in their own abilities.
Teaching Kids About Order of Operations
Later, your kids will need to learn the order of operations to solve complex math problems. They will learn that everything in the natural world has order too. You can help your little learners begin to grasp the importance of order with these Fall directed drawing printables.
It will be important for children to follow your directions to recreate the adorable Autumn character drawings in these printables. You can make it fun and add a little extra learning by talking about the different shapes and lines you’re drawing. It’s a great way to practice these important pre-writing strokes together.
Directed Drawing for Distance Learning
Because directed drawing activities help kids learn to listen and follow directions in a fun way, they’re perfect for engaging your students through distance learning this fall. Share your screen as you draw the cute Fall themed characters and have your students follow along.
Then, have fun sharing your adorable Autumn acorns, pumpkins, and leaves with one another. You could even turn it into a creative writing activity by having students write stories about their drawings.
Fall Picture Books for Little Kids
With preschool and kindergarten learners, these directed drawing printables are the perfect way to get creative and keep those little hands busy during read-aloud storytime. Try these fall story favorites with your little learners.
Fall Printables & Activities
Want more fall-themed fun? Try some of these creative autumn activities with your little learners today.
- Free Printable Fall Tracing
- Fall Sensory Bin Activity
- Pumpkin Counting Pages
- Fall Preschool Themes
- Printable Apple Worksheets
Directed Drawing Prompts
These directed drawing prompts are meant to encourage creative thinking, problem-solving, and fine motor skills which are important for little kids.
A lot of the ideas involve imaginative thinking, so be sure to encourage your little kids to be as creative as possible.
Preschoolers and kindergartners can dictate their story to you while older kiddos can write their own.
These directed drawing printables also work well for copywork. Write the story your little kids dictate to you on the printable, then let them use their very own special composition notebook to draw the picture, create a scene, and then copy their story.
- Acorn – Write a story or poem about an acorn who is looking for a friend.
- Apple – Write a story or poem describing how it feels to fall from a tree.
- Fall Leaf – Write a story or poem about playing in the fall leaves with friends.
- Fox – Write a story or poem about a fox who gets into too much mischief.
- Leaf – Write a story or poem describing how a leaf changes colors throughout the seasons.
- Mushroom – Write a story or poem about a mushroom talking to woodland critters.
- Owl – Write a story or poem about an owl going on an adventure.
- Pumpkin – Write a story or poem about a pumpkin on Halloween night.
- Scarecrow – Write a story or poem describing a day in the life of a scarecrow.
- Sunflower – Write a story or poem about being a sunflower in a field.
Free Printable Fall Directed Drawing
Keep in mind that all preschoolers and kindergartners do things in their own time and on their own terms. What one is ready for, another might not be. Please use your best mama judgement when planning activities for your little kids.
I hope you enjoy using this free printable fall directed drawing with your little kids as much as I enjoyed creating it with mine.
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