Fall Poems for Your Students

Every September, Fall rolls around. Celebrate the change of season with some poetry in your classroom.

Fall Leaves by Sue

Five Little Pumpkins by Dan Yaccarino

Fall by The Classroom Creative

Autumn Means Harvest by Lenore Hetrick

Five Little Acorns by Mrs. A

A Fall of Colors by Little Miss Hood

Taking a Walk by Mary Jackson Ellis

A Sad, Glad Time by Lenore Hetrick

Autumn by Alexander Posey

Best Fall Poems for Middle School and High School Students

Nothing Gold Can Stay by Robert Frost

Autumn by Alice Cary

Dark Eye in September by Paul Celan

Merry Autumn by Paul Laurence Dunbar

Kid, these are train tracks, by Jeffrey Bean

Fall Leaves Fall by Emily Brontë

Autumn Leaves by Marilyn Chin

Of Things and Home by b: william bearhart

October Evening by Robinson Jeffers

In Envy of Cows by Joseph Auslander

Thinking of Frost by Major Jackson

Fall by Didi Jackson

Kid, this is the first rain by Jeffrey Bean

Between Autumn Equinox and Winter Solstice, Today by Emily Jungmin Yoon

November by Edward Thomas

Autumn by Siegfried Sassoon

Gone is Gone by Mark Wunderlich

The Letters Learn to Breathe Twice by Brenda Hillman

Kid, this is October, by Jeffrey Bean

The Seasons Moralized by Philip Freneau

Nature Aria by Yi Lei

Autumn by Christina Rossetti

My November Guest by Robert Frost

The Blower of Leaves by January Gill O’Neil

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