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Autumn Teaching Resources

This section contains everything you might need to create an inspiring autumn theme in your school or early years setting. Includes amongst other things an autumn themed photo pack, numberline, keyword posters / labels and a large display banner. It also includes a multilingual poster with the word Autumn repeated in various languages. If there’s anything else that you would like to see in this section then please get in touch.  


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Autumn Self-Registration Labels

Autumn-notepaper

Autumn Themed A4 Notepaper

Autumn Themed Border

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Autumn Topic Bingo Cards

Children Dressed For The Seasons – Posters

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Complete The Pattern Worksheets – Autumn

Counting / Estimating Flash Cards – Leaves

Editable Autumn Labels

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Editable Autumn Leaves

Editable Autumn Words

Editable Autumnal Poster

Editable Winter Fair Poster


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