Fall is almost here, and it’s time to craft something seasonal. If you have toddlers, craft something together with them and have fun! Here are some ideas to realize and enjoy the fall together with your children.
Hues of red, orange, yellow, and brown mix with what is left of the green leaves. There’s just something so magical about it, don’t you think? So to capture the spirit of fall in a sensory bin, put together this sensory soup. It’s quick and simple to put together, encourages fine motor practice, and is a great reflection of the swirling, colorful leaves of fall.
Scented baked cotton balls are a great craft idea for this fall. There really is something so fun about deconstructing the art you’ve made – and who can resist the smooth goopy art-making process? Grab some simple materials and have fun with your kids!
Make adorable playdough with fall-inspired spices! It will smell totally divine and your kids will love playing with it. If you’d rather not use whole spices or can’t locate them, this activity would be just as fun with small sample bowls full of a variety of ground spices from your spice cabinet.
This craft is dedicated to Halloween. This is a DIY Jack-O-Landern Garland made from your child’s paintings! The method is sponge painting, which is pretty easy and most of kids enjoy such painting a lot. This is such a fab little project to do with your young child/children. Perfect for toddlers and then mummy finishes off the job!
This amazing playdough is Halloween-inspired – it’s done in orange and black, and it will have a great success among your kids! Make it, place in jars in layers and gift to your kids, so they will have a lot of fun while playing.
This is one more kind of fall scented playdough – this amazing apple pie playdough. Not only will this apple playdough be fun to pretend making apple pies with, it will also leave your house smelling like apple pies! The best part about this homemade apple cinnamon playdough is that it’s taste safe. We don’t recommend eating it of course, but great for kids to play with since it’s non-toxic.
Call your kids to make some fall leaves with our potato stamps. It’s a great way to get the kids busy while you’re baking this week, and then you can use it as a tablecloth for the kids table on Thanksgiving! Or, simply some window stamping with washable paint on a rainy day.
This yarn and paper plate core apple craft is in anticipation of our orchard day this coming autumn. Such a cool and bold craft will be loved by every kid, and you can help them make these! Another idea is the same plate craft of a pumpkin. Get inspired!
These toilet paper tube pumpkins are a fun little activity. You can do them with your toddler or let your older kids create on their own! Add them to a wreath, hang them as garland, or just place them around your house to add a little fall decor.
Create these bold leaves using bold watercolors! Read more below on how to make this pretty fall garland with your kids with some tips on strengthening their fine motor skills using squeeze bottle and hot glue resist.
These colorful felt apples can be used as gift tags, refrigerator magnets, holiday ornaments, or fall decor. They are even cute for a child’s play kitchen! Continue reading for the full tutorial and to download the free printable apple template included.