Fun Fall Felt Activities

This is the first post in my felt series, who doesn’t love felt? It is a list of Fall felt activities that you can make with your kids this autumn season.

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I was inspired by some Melissa and Doug felt food and thought that I’d be able to create my own felt food.

Frugal fun fall felt projects that you can make yourself that look great and make great activities

I purchased these felt sheets from Amazon and I decided to make some felt food of my own. I am not crafty so I don’t sew anything other than buttons so this was a huge project for me. You can see some of my great felt craft projects.

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Fun Fall Felt Activities

I don’t even have different colored thread, I had black and white. Luckily I visited my mom and she had some other pretty colors for me to use.

I decided to do it myself because I saw a lot of other great felt board projects and thought that my toddler would love it as well. I figured that I could either pay $20 for the food set and be done or I could buy felt and then turn it into other projects  as well.

If you’re interested in making your own Felt Board, you can take a look at this tutorial.

The Felt Pumpkin Hand Puppet Craft is a wonderful activity to create out of felt.

I’ve found some fun fall felt activities that you could definitely do at home too.

You can tie in your Fall Felt Leaves and Trees project with a story and extend your play even further. Make the leaves fall off of the trees yourself as the season changes.

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More Fun Fall Felt Activities

Another great Fall Tree project from Where Imagination grows, she traced clip art from a quick Google search and traces them right off of the computer, that’s smart. I’m going to have to do that.

You can use contact paper and stick the leaves on the trees like this Fall Tree Color Matching and Sorting from No Time for Flashcards.

This is such fun Felt Apple Tree activity that involves counting the apples as you pick them into your basket, so cute.

Create these Five Little Pumkings Finger Puppets to go along with the book so that you can tell your own story with them.

Simple Fall Leaf Garland to help decorate your house for the fall season.

The Thanksgiving Felt Board Play from Where Imagination Grows is so cute, it includes pilgrims and food that you can tie into a Thanksgiving book your are reading as well.

Not as simple but you could also create a Pumpkin Wreath made completely out of felt.

Thanks for visiting our Fun Fall Felt Activities post!

More Fall Activities

Leaf Butterflies Craft

Sensory Shaving Cream Fall Art

Fall Books for Kindergarten

Fall Letter Find Printables


  1. Dorothy Boucher says:

    wow so many ways to enjoy Fall which just happens to be my favorite season 🙂 I know for us we go on hay rides and pumpkin picking, we paint acorns and craft , thanks for gathering these for us and sharing 🙂 @tisonlyme143

    1. Those activities are always a lot of fun.

  2. Thanks for linking up to the Bloggers Brags Pinterest Party! Your post has been pinned to the Bloggers Brags Pinterest Board 🙂 This is a great activity to do when the kids come to visit! thanks

  3. This is a great list of felt activities. I’m inspired! I’m not much of a crafter either, but doing activities with my daughter is forcing me to go out of my comfort zone and learn on the fly.

    1. Yes, I’m definitely not a crafter either.

  4. Judith Martinez says:

    I love felt crafts but I don’t do them very often. The rafflecopter isn’t working for me. 🙁

  5. Colleen Boudreau says:

    Great ideas!

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