The ultimate Autumn/Fall family activity list 18

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Fall autumn bored jar and activity list

  1. Go apple picking
  2. Make leaf cards
  3. Jump in a pile of leaves
  4. Make some autumn art 
  5. G0 on an acorn hunt
  6. Make a leaf picture frame
  7. Play this free scarecrow game
  8. Collect colorful fall leaves
  9. Coffee filter leaves 
  10. Make autumn leaf fairies 
  11. Collect seeds from plants in the garden
  12. Make a pom pom apple tree 
  13. Plant bulbs in your garden for next spring
  14. Make an Autumn sensory bin
  15. Make a pine cone bird feeder
  16. Make leaf prints
  17. Make pumpkin playdough
  18. Saltdough leaf bowls
  19. Handprint owl newspaper art
  20. Family art project – make a seasonal banner 
  21. Borrow a book from the library
  22. Create an Autumn poem
  23. Go on a walk at dusk with a torch
  24. Make fruit leather
  25. Make leaf skeletons 
  26. Go looking for spider webs 
  27. Go on a leaf hunt
  28. Make a nature table with your Autumn finds
  29. Make a tree with an old jigsaw
  30. Autumn Preschool science
  31. Cut leaves from felt and make a garland 
  32. Bake an apple pie
  33. Nature Crowns
  34. Count leaves
  35. Carve your own pumpkin
  36. Make wooden waldorf inspire nature blocks
  37. Make a puppet theatre
  38. Play acorn hopscotch
  39. Make a paper leaf garland
  40. Make a tissue paper leaf
  41. Make Autumn suncatchers
  42. Make dragonfly cards with sycamore seeds
  43. Go on a bat watch at dusk
  44. Make toffee apples 
  45. Set up a scavenger hunt
  46. Collect sycamore seeds and throw them in the air (they fly like helicopters)
  47. Fall saltdough ornaments 
  48. Make apple crumble
  49. Grab an umbrella and go singing in the rain
  50. Make clay and twig hedgehogs 
  51. Re-watch your favorite scary movie on Halloween
  52. Free leaf printables
  53. Make some leaf relief art 
  54. Prune the garden plants, learn about how this helps them to grow back stronger in the spring
  55. Build a hedgehog house
  56. Make jam jar lanterns covered in leaves
  57. Print off some free play dough mats 
  58. Make conker spiders 
  59. Throw a Halloween party
  60. Make a leaf mobile 
  61. Breath in the cool, crisp air
  62. Make leaf lanterns with empty cheese cartons 
  63. Make jam
  64. Learn to knit
  65. Make a winter tree lantern 
  66. Make an autumn wreath for your door
  67. Make a bug hotel
  68. Listen to the sound of leaves crunching under your feet
  69. Find the tree that matches the leaf
  70. Make an autumn tree
  71. Collect conkers and have a match
  72. Make a halloween indoor obstacle course 
  73. Watch geese flying south for the winter
  74. Make autumn playdough
  75. Collect pinecones and display them in a glass bowl
  76. Collect twigs and try twig weaving with spare wool 
  77. Make hot chocolate
  78. Draw or paint some autumn still life 
  79. Attend harvest  festival
  80. Make a tissue paper pumpkin 
  81. Make apple crisps (chips for US folk)
  82. Beachnut hedgehogs 
  83. Put you wellies on and splash in some muddy puddles
  84. Make Halloween shadow puppets 
  85. Remember what you’re thankful for
  86. Go on an Autumn Nature walk
  87. Take pictures of all the different colours you can find in a woodland
  88. Make leaf rubbings
  89. Build a scarecrow
  90. Make a pinecone owl
  91. Go stargazing
  92. Make a leaf collage 
  93. Have an autumn picnic
  94. Make a paper turkey 
  95. Turn orange balloons in to pumpkins 
  96. Look for a full moon
  97. Make Dutch apple cake
  98. Go trick or treating
  99. Make a autumn nature mobile
  100. Try apple bobbing
  101. Make a leaf window display
  102. Make apple prints
  103. Enjoy some Autumn science projects 
  104. Make a leaf man
  105. Make corn on the cob prints
  106. Make pompom pumpkins 
  107. Make a conker bat 
  108. Make leaf owls
  109. Make apple sauce
  110. Printing with Acorns
  111. Make and fly a kite
  112. Make a windsock
  113. Edible sparkers 
  114. Make pine cone firelighters
  115. Make some poppyseed bats 
  116. Make woodland animals
  117. Make a crayon lantern
  118. Make jam tarts
  119. Make pine cone skittles 
  120. Make some leaf identification cards 
  121. Dry orange slices
  122. Roast pumpkin seeds
  123. Make Halloween salt dough
  124. Leaf Drawing and Doodling
  125. Paint pumpkins
  126. Paper plate owls 
  127. Play Autumn/Fall Eye Spy
  128. Make an autumn leaf crown
  129. Make paper lanterns
  130. Make Halloween cakes and biscuits
  131. Make some pumpkin pie paint
  132. Make a ghost paper chain
  133. Preserve leaves with glycerine
  134. Make popcorn
  135. Print this fab autumn nature treasure hunt
  136. Decorate an umbrella
  137. Make a raincatcher
  138. Build an indoor fort
  139. Go on a number nature hunt
  140. Talk about what makes you thankful
  141. Go leaf counting
  142. Collect acorns
  143. Donate old woolens and coats to a charity
  144. Help clear leaves from the lawn
  145. Make a fall wreath
  146. Make hairy hot dogs
  147. Make a harvest cake
  148. Customise a Tshirt for halloween
  149. Make pancakes
  150. Make a leaf mandella

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