October Free Homeschool Printables

October 3, 2021
Written by:
Naomi White

October has finally arrived and fall is in full swing! While I know I am not alone, fall is my favorite season and the one I look forward to all year. The cooler days and evenings, changing leaves, pumpkins, and Friday night lights just make my heart happy. Here in the Blue Ridge Mountains, the autumn colors are so beautiful, and it is my favorite time of year to be outside in nature. Whether you prefer to spend your school days tromping through the woods or curled up with a book and a blanket, let us help you with some fun, free, fall-themed homeschool printables! Happy October!

October Free Homeschool Printables

October Homeschool PrintablesOctober Calendar Template: Homeschooling can often become overwhelming or difficult when we fail to organize! Be proactive in this area by printing this calendar page and set some clear goals and expectations for this month!






October Journal Page (faith-based): Raising my son to be strong in character and faith, ready to face the world and all its difficulties, and able to apply the truth in his life is my goal. Perhaps it is yours as well. What better way to achieve this than to encourage daily journaling and reading time?




October copy work


October Scripture Writing Plan (faith-based): Along those same lines, what better way to get in a little handwriting practice than to spend a few moments copying the life-changing truths about forgiveness found in Scripture?






Fall Homeschool Activity Pack: Looking for a one-stop-shop to find fall-themed printables for students of all ages? Check out our new Fall Homeschool Activity Pack! You’re sure to find something your children will enjoy!






Mr. Scarecrow’s Letters: Your little ones will love to practice writing their uppercase letters with Mr. Scarecrow!







Pumpkin Scissor Skills: Give those fine motor skills a workout cutting along the lines to reach the pumpkins!







Fall Leaves Worksheet: Make following directions fun for your little ones as they color the fall leaves!







Fall Matching: Here’s another opportunity to hone those listening skills as your preschooler colors the items of the same size.







Scarecrow Color-by-Number: Your child can make this cute scarecrow even cuter by adding some color…and work on following those directions again!






Fall Book Review: We recently shared this amazing list of Our Favorite Fall Books to Read. If you want to take advantage of the list and have your child choose a book or two, here is a printable so they can review the book! Even if your child is in Preschool or Kindergarten, you can still do this activity with them by writing down their answers!




Awesome Fall Homeschool Crafts and Activities for Kids


Awesome Fall Crafts and Activities: While it isn’t technically a printable, be sure to check out this post for many great ideas for fun, fall learning opportunities!




Planning with Printables

Our team has combined their experience as homeschoolers and brought together a comprehensive group of home-school resources that are designed to help you easily plan and navigate your homeschool year. Here are our simple tips that answer the question “How do I Homeschool My Child?”

  • Check Your State Laws
  • Research Homeschool Methods, Learning Preferences, and Curriculum – this is where we come in. We’ve developed several online quizzes that will help you diagnose your preferred homeschooling method, your child’s learning preferences, and even how to find homeschool resources that fit.
  • Get plugged in and join a homeschool group or a co-op. Support in your journey is important, and if you can’t find a physical homeschool support group, please join us on FB or Instagram!
  • Have a flexible plan. As I’ve already mentioned I need to plan, but a simple flexible plan is what seems to work best for almost all homeschooling families. Remember “KISS” – keep it simple, stupid. (I’m speaking to myself!)
  • Listen to Yourself. Stay on top of how things are going. Homeschooling can be a joyful fulfilling experience but not if everyone is stressed out. Take breaks, relax, set goals. And it’s fall – try some fun fall homeschool activities!
  • Google the topic or theme for each of your unit studies to find the free homeschooling printables you need for the month.
  • Print and then place in a folder ready for daily use.

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Naomi White

Naomi White graduated with her B.S. in Christian Elementary Education and went on to earn her Early Childhood Education certification. She has taught preschool and elementary school in both Christian and public schools. She loves to read and write, is a pastor’s wife and stay-at-home mom, and is eagerly awaiting the day her son is old enough for them to start their own homeschool journey. Originally a Georgia girl, Naomi currently lives in the beautiful mountains of North Carolina with her family.