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Autumn DIY activities

October 16, 2023 2 min read

Autumn DIY activities

As the vibrant hues of summer begin to give way to the warm and earthy tones of fall, there's no better time to embark on creative and fun do-it-yourself (DIY) Autumn projects with your kids. Alongside the natural beauty of fall foliage, the cosy atmosphere provides the perfect backdrop for crafting adventures indoors. Capture this magical time of year with colourful leaf garlands, leaf creatures, collages or printing. Ready to get started? Grab your art supplies, gather your little ones and get inspired by the leaf ideas below to fill your house with creativity and imagination: 

  1. Leaf Art: Press leaves between sheets of wax paper and iron them to preserve their vibrant colors. Then, use these pressed leaves to create beautiful leaf art. Kids can arrange them into patterns, animals, or abstract designs and glue them onto paper or cardboard.

  2. Leaf Rubbings: Place leaves under a sheet of paper and use crayons or colored pencils to create leaf rubbings. This activity not only showcases the leaf's shape and veins but also helps improve fine motor skills.

  3. Leaf Collages: Collect leaves of various shapes, sizes, and colors and create leaf collages. Kids can arrange them into pictures or use them to decorate greeting cards and bookmarks.

  4. Leaf Printing: Dip leaves in paint and press them onto paper to make leaf prints. Experiment with different colors and leaf shapes to create unique designs.

  5. Leaf Creatures: Create leaf creatures by gluing leaves together to form animals or insects. Add googly eyes, pipe cleaners, and other craft supplies to enhance the creatures' features.

  6. Leaf Scavenger Hunt: Organize a leaf scavenger hunt in your backyard or a nearby park. Create a list of different types of leaves or colors, and have the kids search for and collect them.

  7. Leaf Nature Journal: Encourage kids to start a nature journal where they can collect and record their observations about the leaves they find. They can draw pictures, describe the leaves, and note where they discovered them.

As you can see above, the possibilities are endless! What other DIY projects do you like to do with your kids in Autumn? 

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