Third Grade Fall Activities

Third Grade Fall activities to help show your child the fun side of learning! From easy third grade fall activities to more advanced, we've got you covered!

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Strong writing engages all five senses, and this fabulous fall-themed simile activity is the perfect way to celebrate sight, sound, smell, taste, and touch.
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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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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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Help your child create an autumn poem full of colorful sensory details.
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Cheer on your home team with a savory snack shaped just like a real football!
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This pumpkin snowman will keep your porch or backyard festive from Halloween to New Year's Day. Make a pumpkin snowman and combine the best of fall and winter.
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Topped with roasted pumpkin, prosciutto, herbs, and feta, these pita pizzas are a healthy, seasonal alternative to your classic pie.
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Most often, a collage is 2-dimensional, but instead of using paper as a base, this project uses an inexpensive pumpkin from the craft store.
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Enjoy the season of crunchy leaves and crisp harvest scents with a tall glass of pumpkin juice.
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This decadent bread pudding, dressed up with pumpkin and warm spices, is a holiday show-stopper.

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