Here's a fresh fall activity for your child: create awesome apple note-cards! Whether she's giving it out as a birthday greeting to a family member or taking her teacher an ...
Have you ever looked at that mounting pile of leaves out your window and wondered what you are going to do with all of them? This activity provides a solution, while also ...
Five-year-olds: they're fascinated by nature, science, and especially enjoy investigative experiments! Making a leaf skeleton helps the curious kid investigate and study the ...
Bring some of the outdoors inside this fall and decorate your home with a festive leaf banner.
Make a collage to celebrate the changing seasons and explore math concepts. This fun art project is a great way to introduce your child to some basic geometry.
This fun and festive activity will encourage your child to utilize her observation skills, develop aesthetic awareness, build artistic drawing abilities and learn about the ...
This worksheet is a great way to boost those writing muscles in a fun and colorful way. Can your child figure out which animal is featured?
This scarecrow in this scarecrow coloring page isn't very scary, but he sure will warm your heart!
Dot to dots are always fun, but this one sneaks in a fact about trees and fall for that extra bit of science learning.
This pumpkin is so big that it needs two kids to carry it! Get ready for fall with this coloring page, featuring a pair of kids on a pumpkin-picking adventure.
This coloring page features a cornucopia that's filled with delicious autumn fruits and veggies like corn, pumpkins, grapes, apples, peas, and more.
This autumn tree coloring page will have you breaking out your red, orange, and yellow crayons!
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