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I don’t know about where you live, but I loved our high of 70 today! Fall has officially arrived, and I am so excited. My daughter said “It feels amazing outside” at least ten times today.
In honor of our first day of fall weather, I’ve collected some fun fall crafts that you can do with your preschoolers. Ten of them in fact!
Which one will you try first?
Fall Crafts for Kids
How to Make Acorn Cookies – If your little ones love helping you in the kitchen, they’ll want to help you make these yummy acorn cookies. They’ll make a yummy autumn afternoon snack.
Paper Roll Scarecrow Craft – Kids will have fun turning old paper rolls into silly scarecrows. They can use the scarecrows to tell stories or decorate a windowsill.
Autumn Scented Salt Dough – Playdough and salt dough are great tools for developing motor skills. This time of year is the best time of year to make autumn scented dough with your little ones.
Little Owl’s Night Activities – I love book-based activities. This snack and craft based on Little Owl’s Night will be so much fun for your preschooler.
Paper Plate Scarecrow – Scarecrows are so silly! And, your preschoolers will have so much fun making this paper plate scarecrow.
Fall Suncatcher – This is a unique twist on a fall suncatcher. It’ll look great hanging in your window all season long.
Fall Handprint and Footprint Crafts – I always loved handprint and footprint crafts when my kids were little. I love these autumn crafts. They’re so unique.
Fall Mobile – Here’s another craft your kids will enjoy after collecting nature on your next walk.
Montessori Pumpkin Washing Station – This is a fun activity to do after a trip to the pumpkin patch. Or, you can pick up pumpkins on your next trip to the grocery store.