These fall activities for kids are great for homeschooling or just for something fun to do to celebrate the beginning of autumn. From crafts to learning activities to games, there are so many fun ways to spend time with your kids this fall.
Fall Bucket List Craft ~ we love making bucket lists because without them we forget to make time for the things we wanted to do.
Autumn Tree Painting ~ these were so much fun for the kids to make! They love anything with paint, especially when they can use their fingers.
Pumpkin Craft ~ I am not a crafty person, so I’ll take any art project with a free template like this one!
Felt Fall Leaf Napkin Rings ~ these napkin rings are so easy to make and are the perfect homemade detail for a Thanksgiving table.
Fall Dot Marker Printables ~ dot markers are way more fun to use than regular markers and these printables are super cute.
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Fall Coloring Pages ~ these coloring pages also make really cute handmade decorations for Thanksgiving!
Carmel Apple Rock Painting ~ anyone else’s kids obsessed with rocks? We seriously have little piles of them all over our yard. This was a really fun craft for Oliver because he actually got to do something with some of his rocks instead of just hoarding them all.
Coffee Filter Leaves Craft ~ the kids had a lot of fun with this one and the leaves looked so pretty stuck to all the windows.
Fall Puzzel Piece Wreath ~ I love this craft to get rid of any puzzles with missing pieces instead of having to throw them away.
Pine Cone Bird Feeders ~ this was really fun to make with the kids and they looked so cute hanging in the backyard.
Colored Salt Dough Leaf Impressions ~ the kids go crazy for anything we get to make with salt dough, so they had a lot of fun with this project.
Paper Bag Scarecrow ~ another super cute idea with a free template and step by step instructions.
Fall Worksheets For Preschool ~ these worksheets were perfect to go with our fall theme. It includes everything from numbers, to letters, to prewriting worksheets.
Acorn Alphabet ~ the kids had a lot of fun gathering the acorns for this project then practiced putting the alphabet in order for hours.
Fall Word Search ~ even though my kids are still too little to do a word search on their own, it was a nice activity to do together and show them how to do.
Pumpkin Alphabet Tracing Strips ~ these make for really good letter tracing practice and since they have pumpkins you can throw them right into the fall theme.
Egg Carton Nature Project ~ this is something I remember doing in school when I was little so I did one with Oliver for preschool. He had so much fun and learned a lot about nature.
Fall Matching Game ~ memory is a great game that’s super fun for kids and helps their focus and concentration.
Fall Gross Motor Dice ~ this was a fun way to get the kids moving, especially after doing a lot of writing at the table.
Nature Walk Game ~ the kids love playing this game as a family where they each get to be on a team with mom or dad.
Fall Leaf I Spy Printable ~ I loved I spy games as a kid and this one is really fun because you get to color it at the same time.
Autumn Scavenger Hunt ~ this was the perfect fall game to play outside, and even more fun when the prize for finishing is a yummy fall treat (ours was an apple cider slushy).