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45+ Fall Crafts and Activities for Kids

Little ones love learning about the seasons, and with fall quickly approaching, I’ve put together a huge list of 45+ fall crafts and activities for your littles! There’s no better way to learn about autumn than to do hands on activities and even a little exploring!

Autumn Crafts and Activities for Kids

 Kids Fall Crafts and Activities

Creating a Fall Nature Tray from Edventures with Kids

Stone and Shell Owl Craft from Rhythms of Play

The Art and Science of Leaf Rubbings from Edventures with Kids

Sewing a Fall Leaf Crown from How Wee Learn

Unique Fall Crown from Rain or Shine Mamma

Nature Walk: Autumn Leaf Masks from Outdoors Mom

Fall Craft Activity- Sensory Jars

Fall Sensory Jars from Kids Play Box (Pictured)

Fall Button Trees from Hands On as We Grow

Nature Scavenger Hunt (Free Printable) from Young Earthy Mama

Let’s Build a Nature Wall from Meri Cherry

Top 10 Fall Nature Crafts from Rhythms of Play

Fall Tree Art from Kids Play Box

Name Activities with Colorful Pumpkin Seeds from Fun-a-Day

Fall Craft for Kids

Fall Leaf Letters from How Wee Learn

Lego Stamped Indian Corn from Crafty Morning

Coffee Filter Fall Leaves from Popsugar Moms

Search for Signs of Autumn from Rhythms of Play

Fall Leaves Garland from A Beautiful Mess

Pine Cone Splatter Art from Mess for Less

Autumn Woodland Treasure Sculpture from Filth Wizardry

Autumn Kids Craft Bark Owl

Bark Owl Craft from Fireflies and Mud Pies (Pictured)

Autumn Leaves and Gems Color Sorting from The Imagination Tree

Faces from Fall Leaves from Fun Family Crafts

Fall Leaf Rainbow from Love in the Suburbs

How to Preserve Leaves from Buggy and Buddy

Autumn Sensory Bin from B-Inspired Mama

Autumn Nature Table from The Imagination Tree

Ways to Play with Nature from Modern Parents Messy Kids

Fall craft activity for kids

Fancy Stick Crown from Mama Miss (Pictured)

Autumn Mobile from Red Ted Art

Fall Leaf Suncatchers from Cute and Peculiar

Tiny Guests from Manomine

Fall Leaf Lacing from Rhythms of Play

Autumn Leaf Mason Jar Candle Holder from Spark and Chemistry

Salt Dough Leaf Impressions from Freebie Finding Mom

Paper Plate Owl from Huppie Mama

Maple Tree Leaf Globe from Premeditated Leftovers

Fall Wind Chimes from The Benson Street

Autumn Leaf Craft

Autumn Leaf Bunting from The Artful Parent (Pictured)

Pine Cone Owl from Broogly

Fall Leaf Painting from Minne-Mama

Leaf Hedgehog from Crafty Morning

Fall Play Dough Invitation to Play from Fantastic Fun and Learning

Acorn Activities for Kids from Still Playing School

Fall crafts and activities

DIY Acorn Peg Dolls from Rhythms of Play (Pictured)

Tissue Paper Fall Wreath from Happy Hooligans

Leaf-y Jack-O-Lantern from How Wee Learn

Fall Slime Recipe from Learning Through Playing

I hope that you found fall crafts or activities your kids or students will enojy! Don’t forget to follow us on Pinterest for more great ideas, or sign up for our newsletter and get them sent straight to your inbox!

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Simple Nature Activity for Kids

We loved doing this simple nature activity for kids.

Simple Nature Activity for Kids

Learning is so much fun when it doesn’t feel like learning, isn’t it? The other day, we took a walk around the neighborhood looking for interesting pieces of nature. Everything our children discovered we observed; What does it look like? What does it do? Color? Texture? We talked about how important that small seed is, etc.

After finishing our walk, our children dumped their bags of nature goodies on their outdoor table, and we grabbed some paper and glue. We put together an impromptu activity that kept them interested the entire morning! Our son created an entire story on his paper out of bark and seeds about taking a bike ride with his daddy through a forrest.

Simple Nature Activity for Kids

Something as simple as leaves, seeds, some glue and paper can be a wonderful learning experience for your child. Just remember to talk about things like texture, color, purpose, patterns, and size. And of course, listen to the stories and explanations that they have to tell! There is nothing better than to see their little minds turning with thought.

This nature activity seems so simple, and it really is. It’s the things you talk about as they hold each piece of nature that is important, along with giving them a chance to be creative with something that they can piece together and hold in their hands.

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