Each word on the list is hidden in the pool of letters. Words may be hidden horizontally, vertically, diagonally, forward, or backward.
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A: With autumn-mobiles.
A: A pine tree doesn't have leaves. It has needles.
A: Because he was out-standing in his field.
A: "You Go Around While I Go Ahead!"
A: That's it, I'm leaving.
A: It sits on a leaf and waits until Autumn.
A: Leaf me alone.
A: With a pumpkin patch.
A: I'm falling for you.
A: Pumpkin Pi!
A: The Crossing Gourd.
A: Because it's too far to walk.
A: A bookworm.
A: Because they get stumped by the questions.
A: Easy, they just LOG on.
A: Because Autumn had a fall.
A: Your teeth!
A: He sits on a leaf and waits till Autumn!
A: A cornfield.
A: The outside.
A: Because the corn has ears.
A: To make up for a lousy summer!
A: It is in Dis-be-leaf.
A: A penguin with a pumpkin!
A: Because the pride goeth before the fall!
A: He was absent without leaves!
A: A fall guy!
A: What a re-leaf!
A: A har-vest!
Fill all of empty squares in the grid with a fall picture.
Unscramble the pieces to make an Fall picture.
Are you up to the Field Goal Challenge?
Put the jigsaw puzzle pieces together to form a picture of Scarecrows.
Alright, now listen up! We just got the two minute warning and we've got to go 80 yards to move this thing out of the "L" column. So we're going no-huddle, and focusing on our speed.
Play a game of Simon Says with a fall twist.
Unscramble the pieces to make a Fall picture.
Find fall words hidden in this online word search.
Put the jigsaw puzzle pieces together to form a picture of Fall Leaves.
Match all of the pictures to win.