Fall can be such a fun time of year. Keep your kids learning while still having fun by trying one of these 15 fall activities perfect for this time of the year!
15 Fall Activities for Kids
Pumpkin Seed Puzzles | I Can Teach My Child – Put those pumpkin seeds to use by making puzzles out of them!
Kid’s Handprint Fall Tree Craft | Crafty Morning – Kid’s love working with their hands. Let them get messy while making this fall tree picture!
Scavenger Hunt | East Coast Mommy – Get the kids up and outside for fall activities by putting together a scavenger hunt that’s fall themed!
Nature Walk | Nurture Store – Keep the kids active outside by going on a nature walk! Help them learn different plants and trees along the way.
“Bobbing” For Apples Fine Motor | Fantastic Fun and Learning – Do a different version of bobbing for apples that help fine motor skills!
Fall Tree Number Matching | Mom Inspired Life – Get a little number practice in with this fall themed game!
Erupting Pumpkins | Growing a Jeweled Rose – Get on the scientific side of your kids and show them how to create an erupting pumpkin!
Fall Sensory Jars | Kid’s Play Box – Let little ones get in on the fall activities by making these sensory jars using fall items!
Pumpkin Hunt | Crystal and Co. – Instead of hiding Easter eggs, hide pumpkins!
Popsicle Stick Scarecrow | Sprout Online – Get fancy with your popsicle sticks and make something with the kids that will spice up the fridge for fall.
Leaf People | Happy Home Fairy – Use up some of those leaves in the back yard by making cute leaf people.
Autumn Leaf Threading | Picklebums – Teach the kids yet another way to use leaves by threading them together with other items for a pretty decoration!
Autumn Leaf Suncatchers | Fireflies and Mud Pies – Decorate your windows for fall using these cute suncatchers the kids can make!
Leaf Rubbings | Edventures with Kids – I used to do these as a kid and they’re a class activity for leaves. Make neat pictures by using leaves and crayons.
Pine Cone Science Experiment | Lemon Lime Adventures – Get the kids into their science pants again for this neat pine cone experiment!
Which one of these fall activities do you think the kids will want to do first?