Falling Leaf Fingerprint Counting

Keep the kids busy this Autumn with our falling leaf fingerprint counting activity. Young children will love getting messy as they work on their counting and number recognition skills. Simply download our free printable and add the correct number of leaves to each tree. 

An Autumn/ Fall fingerprint counting activity for kids. Download our free falling leaf printable to help preschoolers work on counting skills and number recognition.

Take a look at all our Autumn activities. You might like our apple tree counting printable, leaf monster puppets and our easy DIY bird feeders




You will need: (affiliate links)


  • Tree printable (download and print using the link under the photographs)
  • Red/orange/yellow paint (UK link/ US link
  • or alternatively use leaf sequins (UK link / US link


Falling Leaf Fingerprint Counting Activity



Begin by downloading and printing out the tree counting activity. We have two versions of the printable, one with numbers 1-9 and one blank for you to add your own numbers.

Dip your finger into the Autumn coloured paint to add the correct number of leaves to each of the tree
s.

An Autumn/ Fall fingerprint counting activity for kids. Download our free falling leaf printable to help preschoolers work on counting skills and number recognition.

You can put the leaves on the trees or next to them as if the leaves are falling from the trees.

An Autumn/ Fall fingerprint counting activity for kids. Download our free falling leaf printable to help preschoolers work on counting skills and number recognition.

A less messy version of this activity could be to draw on the correct number of leaves or use leaf sequins (UK link/ US link)

An Autumn/ Fall fingerprint counting activity for kids. Download our free falling leaf printable to help preschoolers work on counting skills and number recognition.


DOWNLOAD your AUTUMN FINGERPRINT COUNTING PRINTABLE here. 

For personal use only. Not for redistribution. All images are copyrighted. When sharing this printable please link directly to this blog post and not to the PDF. Thank you. 


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