Have you started getting ready for fall yet? Some of the fun preschool activities are adorable and my daughter loves creating new things so I need to go restock my craft supplies.
I seem to have a closet full of stuff but then when I go to create something, I always seem to be missing something. I hate that. Bring out those red, orange and yellows to create some precious preschool fall activities that your child will love.
Turn leaves into art with this super simple art project from the leaves you collect in your backyard.
Don’t want to worry about how you’ll carve your pumpkins this year? Try this cool art project and decorate your pumpkins with nail polish instead.
This fun activity will have your kids grinning from ear to ear! Have your kids get in touch with nature with this fun project!
Try this fun and cute foot project with your kids today. All you need is orange and green paint for one, and a few craft store items to make the rest.
Pumpkins are always a must for the changing of the seasons. Your toddlers will love these two crafts to do during the fall.
Try this project to make a charming turkey with your toddler! The list of things you need is short in comparison to the long memories you’ll make.
Pumpkins bring good pies and bright colors to the home in the fall. Have your toddler try this fun activity today!
Apples aren’t just for a great snack, but great for decoration as well. All you need is flour, red food dye, cotton balls, water, brown pipe cleaners and some green crafting foam to make this adorable project.
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More Preschool Fall Activities
Writing Prompts are a great activity for your kids on cool autumn days. Your kids will love these autumn themed writing prompts.
All kids love to roll around. Why not turn it into a math activity with these math roll and bump games?
This is a great activity for your kids and it takes little time to prep or clean up on your part!
It’s never too late or too early to learn your alphabet. This fun alphabet pack is great for teaching your little new learners the basics.
Your preschooler will love to break out the crayons and color these fun abstract leaves. And even better, they can do it with an older sibling as well!