ArtsAutosBooksBusinessEducationEntertainmentFamilyFashionFoodGamesGenderHealthHolidaysHomeHubPagesPersonal FinancePetsPoliticsReligionSportsTechnologyTravel

FREE Printable Draw And Write Worksheets For Teachers: Fall Harvest And Halloween Theme

Updated on March 3, 2014

Put Pencil To Paper For Pumpkins, Apples, Scarecrows And Spooks!

Spark children's creativity this fall with 10 sets of drawing and writing prompts about pumpkins, apples, football, scarecrows, colorful leaves, and Halloween. Fall Harvest And Halloween Draw And Write Printable Worksheets strengthen reading, writing, thinking, imagination, fine motor, and spatial skills. Allow children plenty of time to work on their drawings and writing, and encourage original ideas!

Select the activities you wish to use, copy and paste them into your word processor, customize as desired (font size, lines, heading, additional material, etc.), then print.

The 6 large Talk About It pictures can be used for lively discussions about the various aspects of fall.

Image credit: Catch! postcard or magnet available on Zazzle.com

"The meadows are empty, And gathered the sheaves, But isn't it lovely Kicking up leaves."

~ Rose Fyleman

photobucket.com
photobucket.com

1) Autumn Apples

Draw It

Apple-picking in an orchard is a fun fall activity. Draw yourself picking apples with your family or friends.

Write About It

I am picking apples with

The apple trees are

The apples are

When we finish picking apples we will

Talk About It

Talk About It
Talk About It
photobucket.com
photobucket.com

2) Apple-icious

Draw it

Apple pie, applesauce, apple dumplings, and caramel apples are some of the many delicious ways to eat apples. Apples are also a great food to keep your body healthy and strong. Draw a picture of your favorite treat made from apples.

Write About It

The treat I drew is

I like this treat because

I will eat this treat when

The last time I had this treat

Talk About It

Talk About It
Talk About It
Pumpkin Moon Garden Flag available at Amazon.com
Pumpkin Moon Garden Flag available at Amazon.com

3) Pumpkins, Pumpkins, And More Pumpkins!

Draw It

Pumpkins grow in many different shapes and sizes. Draw seven pumpkins, all different sizes and shapes.

Write About It

The first pumpkin is

The second pumpkin is

The fifth pumpkin is

The seventh pumpkin is

Of all the pumpkins I drew, my favorite is

Paws Here Halloween Postcard or Invitation available at Zazzle.com
Paws Here Halloween Postcard or Invitation available at Zazzle.com

4) Pumpkin Art

Draw It

Some people enjoy carving pumpkins into Jack-O-Lanterns. Other people prefer to paint their pumpkins. Draw yourself and a friend carving or painting pumpkins.

Write About It

My friend and I

Our pumpkins are

Pumpkin art is

I like to

Talk About It

Talk About It
Talk About It
photobucket.com
photobucket.com

5) FALLing Leaves

Draw It

During the fall season, leaves on many trees change color and fall to the ground. Leaves turn yellow, red, orange, or brown. Draw some autumn trees. Add other things to make an autumn scene.

Write About It

The trees I drew are

The leaves are

The colors are

I also drew

When I look at my drawing I feel

photobucket.com
photobucket.com

6) Build A Scarecrow

Draw It

Have you ever made a scarecrow? You can stuff old clothes with straw and tie the ends so the straw doesn't fall out. Draw a scarecrow you would like to create!

Write About It

The scarecrow I drew is

Its head is

Its legs are

Its arms are

My scarecrow will

Football Postcard available at Zazzle.com
Football Postcard available at Zazzle.com

7) Fall Football Fun

Draw It

Fall is football season. You can watch a football game at your town's high school. Be sure to dress warmly! You can also play football in your back yard or at the park. Draw a fall football picture.

Write About It

Football is

In this picture

Playing football is

When I play outdoors in the fall

Talk About It

Talk About It
Talk About It
Halloween Monsters card and stickers available at Zazzle.com
Halloween Monsters card and stickers available at Zazzle.com

8) Scary Or Silly?

Draw it

Some people enjoy spooky, scary Halloween activities. Other people have more fun when Halloween festivities are not frightening. Draw your favorite kind of Halloween celebration.

Write About It

Scary Halloween celebrations

Silly Halloween celebrations

The picture I drew

When I think about Halloween I feel

Witch sticker or card available at Zazzle.com
Witch sticker or card available at Zazzle.com

9) Creepy Or Cute?

Draw It

Do you like to wear Halloween costumes that are creepy or cute? Draw yourself and a friend dressed for Halloween fun!

Write About It

My Halloween costume is

My friend's Halloween costume is

The best Halloween costume I ever wore was

The best Halloween costume I ever saw was

I don't like Halloween costumes that

I like Halloween costumes that

Talk About It

Talk About It
Talk About It
Polka Dot Owl Spider Flag available at Amazon.com
Polka Dot Owl Spider Flag available at Amazon.com

10) Fabulous Fall!

Draw It

What do you like best about fall? The smell of pumpkin pie in the oven? The crunch of leaves under your feet? The sights and sounds of Halloween? Draw your favorite fall things.

Write About It

I like fall because

When fall is here

My drawing shows

Fall looks like

Fall tastes like

Fall sounds like

Fall smells like

Fall feels like

Talk About It

Photo by mimblog
Photo by mimblog

Photo by mimblog. All rights reserved.

Photo by mimblog
Photo by mimblog

Photo by mimblog. All rights reserved.

Fall Harvest Resources For Classroom Or Homeschool

Do you use Draw and Write activities in your classroom or home? Do you find the ones on this page useful and appropriate? Any suggestions to make them better? Thanks for your feedback!

Thanks For Visiting! - Feedback Welcome

    0 of 8192 characters used
    Post Comment

    • vocalcoach profile image

      Audrey Hunt 2 months ago from Nashville Tn.

      I'll be using these great ideas, come fall. Best part is they're free. Thanks so much for sharing. I'm sure many others will latch on to these creative ideas.

    • MissKanti profile image

      MissKanti 4 years ago

      You have some great drawing and writing worksheets for kids....perfect for classrooms and homeschooling. Thanks for sharing!

    • MelanieMurphyMyer profile image
      Author

      MelanieMurphyMyer 4 years ago

      @donnetted: Thanks for clarifying! And thanks for the blessing and compliments. :)

    • profile image

      Donnette Davis 4 years ago from South Africa

      @donnetted: Hi M. Just to clarify my former comment so there is no misunderstanding. I love the way you have presented the lens, and in general Include writing prompts and story cards in my products much the same as you have in your writing:) not that I included any of your material in any of my products. Have a good day

    • profile image

      Donnette Davis 4 years ago from South Africa

      Such a resourceful lens. I love the writing prompts/story telling ideas and included some in a recent worksheet bundle I published. Excellent work. Thank you. Blessed x

    • MelanieMurphyMyer profile image
      Author

      MelanieMurphyMyer 4 years ago

      @Diva2Mom: Thank you so much!

    • Diva2Mom profile image

      Diva2Mom 4 years ago

      Beautiful lens presentation, my dear! I love your great ideas, images and everything about the lens! Great job! This lens is fun and creative! God bless you dear!

    • MelanieMurphyMyer profile image
      Author

      MelanieMurphyMyer 4 years ago

      @Wendy Leanne: Thank you! That's great to hear, especially from an English teacher! :)

    • Wendy Leanne profile image

      Wendy Leanne 4 years ago from Texas

      I'm a certified English teacher and really like the ideas you have here to springboard some great creative and descriptive writing assignments.