Nature Crafts and Activities for Fall

These nature crafts and activities for Fall are perfect for anytime you are looking for active outdoor play ideas this season! The best part is that they are made using common household items you probably already have on-hand. Since most of these crafts and activities are quick to make, you will have plenty of time to be outdoors enjoying lots of playtime fun together!

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Nature Crafts and Activities for Fall

Some of Our Favorite Nature Crafts and Activities for Fall:

Preserve a Spider Web — This is such an interesting nature project to study a spider’s design work, and the results are stunning!

Make a Leaf Maze — Get outdoors and let the kids burn some extra energy with this clever leaf maze. As an added bonus, it may be easier to rake leaves onto tarps or into piles afterwards for quick clean up!

Become a Leaf Detective — Try to match the leaf to the tree!

Outdoor Color Hunt — With this simple outdoor color hunt activity, little ones may take notice of hidden details that they may otherwise miss.

Go on a Fall Treasure Hunt — Here is a free printable to download for a Fall treasure hunt. Take photos and share your finds with us on Instagram!

Pick Your Own Apples — Visit a local farm to pick your own apples. You can find some of our favorite family apple recipes here!

Visit a Corn Maze — Challenge yourself to a corn maze and see how fast you can make it out.

Craft Up Some Leaf Bowls — Red Ted Art has full step-by-step instructions for this beautiful project!

Host a Pumpkin Painting Party — You’ll find 5 tips for hosting a stress-free pumpkin painting party here.

Have an Apple Taste Test — Sneak in a little Math fun by graphing the results of your apple taste test. You may want to experiment with different toppings or spreads too!

Go on a Hay Ride — A classic Autumn adventure the entire family can enjoy!

Visit the Pumpkin Patch — Be sure to select a few pumpkins for baking treats or decorating your home.

Make Apple Printed Book Covers — This is a fun project that is perfect for back-to-school. It is a great way to use up apples that may otherwise be too rotten for eating too!

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