Fall Activities

Changing leaves and a chill in the air mean fall is here! Help your kids enjoy the season with fall activities and crafts focused on learning and creativity. Pumpkins, leaves, and scarecrows are just a few of the memorable symbols of the season. Don't miss out on autumn activities before it's time to enjoy winter activities instead!

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This fall, bake some festive caramel apple cupcakes with your second grader and help her build her math skills while you're at it!
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Celebrate autumn by making a beautiful pastel art piece with corn as its theme.
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This year, celebrate the season with a pumpkin wreath! Have your kid trace and cut patterns to create multiple pumpkin shapes from a single sheet of paper.
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A package of memory wire and some beads are all that your artist needs to make a bracelet. The challenge will be to come up with a design inspired by autumn.
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Make quick sweet and salty walnuts, a delicious addition to fall salads and fruit and nut plates, or a simple afternoon snack.
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These quick and easy pumpkin quesadillas are as delicious as they are nutritious. Celebrate Fall and the wonder squash that is the pumpkin!
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Air-drying clay gives your young artist the opportunity to make a simple bowl that mimics the beauty of an autumn leaf.
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Challenge your kid's creativity with a fun fall art project that features you as her collaborator.
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Make a clay sculpture of a fall tree to celebrate the changing seasons and bring out the artist in your third grader.
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Celebrate the Jewish New Year, Rosh Hashanah, by helping your child to create a papier mache shofar.
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Try this fun, fall-inspired art activity with your child to teach her some basic art principles about color, pattern and texture.
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Nothing says October like pumpkin soup, but it's also really good for you, with high amounts of fiber, iron, zinc and free radical busting antioxidants.
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Help your child create an autumn poem full of colorful sensory details.
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Sweet potatoes lend a creamy texture and peppery seasoning gives a spicy kick in this fall hash recipe.
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Celebrate the popular holiday Diwali with a craft! Make a homemade diya lamp to welcome light over darkness.
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This unique project will help your child learn the basics of assemblage and he'll create a perfectly festive pumpkin in the process.
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Boost fine motor skills and get in the spirit of fall with this fun wreath-making project.
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Cheer on your home team with a savory snack shaped just like a real football!
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By selecting a pattern and carefully repeating it on the entire surface of a pumpkin, your child will transform a simple garden vegetable into a work of art.
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Celebrate the season with a fall centerpiece art project your child can display for the whole family!

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