We’ve rounded up the best fall activities to do with kids including getting outdoors, crafts, and fun party ideas.
Now that we’ve moved to the East coast I’m loving autumn even more. There are actual leaves falling from the trees and changing the most vibrant shades of yellow, orange, and red. It’s like nothing we saw in California.
So, aside from taking long drives to look for fall colors, and playing in piles of leaves, there is so much fun to be had all fall long.
Caramel apple dipping table
Pick apples, cut them into slices, and dip them in yummy treats. I’m showing you how to set up an epic caramel apple dipping table, and how to make an apple banner on the Party City website.
Scarecrow treat jars
We have two different scarecrow treat jars for you to make and gift with kids this season. They are also perfect for Thanksgiving dessert for kids who don’t like pie.
Fall paper plate crafts
We all have a stash of paper plates leftover from birthday parties and backyard barbecues. Use them to make these 6 fall paper plate crafts with kids this autumn.
Autumn hot chocolate bar
As the weather starts to get cooler, what could be better than breaking out the hot cocoa? We’ve got really fun stirring sticks, and delicious fall-themed hot chocolate bar ideas for you for a cozy night in.
Turkey juice boxes
These turkey juice boxes are perfect for story-time, taking to the pumpkin patch, or for the Thanksgiving table for kids.
Thankful paper chain
This thankful paper chain can be brought out year after year for everyone to continue adding to it.
20 turkey treats for kids
Fun turkey-themed food is sure to put a smile on their face this autumn. These 20 turkey treats are adorable, delicious, and perfect for kids to make.
100 things to do with kids this autumn
Do you make a bucket list for each season? This autumn bucket list with 100 things to do will have you experiencing everything fall this season. Click through to the blog post to download and print the list.
Disguise a turkey craft
Print pictures of turkeys and disguise them in costumes. Take a look at the turkeys we’ve disguised and come up with your own too.
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