Fall Holidays
Fall Foods
Fall Vocabulary
Fall Facts
100

This is a day where children dress up to go door-to-door for candy. 

Halloween

100

A sweet fruit that grows on trees that typically comes in red or green.

Apple

100
A tool used to move the leaves into a pile in your yard. 

Rake

100

When we set our clocks back an hour. 

Daylight savings time/Fall Back

200

This holiday started when the pilgrims decided to have a feast. 

Thanksgiving 

200
The main dish normally served on Thanksgiving Day

Turkey

200

A sport watched on weekends that is very popular in Texas

Football. 

200

Another term for "fall" that is typically used by British people. 

Autumn 

300

The phrase that children say to request candy on Halloween

Trick-or-Treat

300
A warm meal that is primarily a liquid. 

Soup

300

A place people go to feel scared on Halloween

Haunted House 

300

The leaves on the trees in the Northern/Northeastern states do this

Change Colors

400

A holiday honoring the sacrifices of anyone who has served in the military. 

Veterans Day

400

A fall favorite that is a type of winter squash that is served in desserts, soups, and drinks. 

Pumpkin 

400

Some animals begin gathering and storing food to do this for the colder months. 

Hibernate

400

An activity done at fall festivals that involves a large bucket of water and a red fruit. 

Bobbing for Apples

500

A holiday celebrating the landing of Christopher Columbus in America

Columbus Day

500

A Thanksgiving staple, this dish usually contains a pastry and filing with sometimes a crust on top. 

Pie

500

This is a decoy that is in the shape of a human and placed in a field. 

Scarecrow

500

The name given to the fall moon closest to the autumn equinox

Harvest Moon

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