With Fall just around the corner, what better way to welcome the new season than with some Fall Crafts for Kids. We have so many fun autumn activities for kids you can do this year. Whether you want to get crafty with nature and leaves or just be inspired by the season, we have something for everyone in this list of fall crafts!

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Fall Crafts for Kids


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Fall Crafts for Kids

1. These leaf suncatchers are really fun to make! We love how they will brighten up your windows during the fall season.

Fall Leaf Suncatchers

2.  For some Fall sensory play, make this scented Fall playdough. Get the recipes for how to make apple pie playdough, pumpkin pie playdough, and maple playdough.

Fall Playdough

3. Potato stamping is such a classic craft activity. Give it a fall twist by using this simple technique to make fall leaf potato stamps.

How to Make a Potato Stamp

4. Make a beautiful fall handprint tree using the handprints of your little ones. This would look great as table decoration for Thanksgiving or just to brighten up your room in Autumn.

Autumn Handprint Tree

5. Make leaf silhouette art with these free leaf templates. We’ll show you how to make leaf silhouttes done with yarn, washi tape, paint and paper.

Leaf Silhouette Art

6. This leaf clay dish is the perfect fall craft to make for a gift! You can use this as a ring  or trinket dish. They are great for kids to make as Christmas gifts too.

Leaf Clay Dishes

7. We love how cute this handprint owl is! Teachers can make this into a large bulletin board display. You can also make one for an owl-themed room or just for fun!

Owl Handprint

8. We’ll show you how to make these puffy painted leaves. We love the 3D look of this paint and how you can create so many fun designs!

Puffy Painted Leaves

9. This watercolor silhouette art is also fun to make! Just grab some leaves and paint around with your watercolors. We love the way the leaves pop off the paper this way!

Leaf Painting with watercolors

10. You can also use watercolors to do leaf printing. We love how the colors can blend together this way!

Leaf Printing With Watercolors

Finally, see how to do leaf printing with regular paint and a video tutorial included here.

If you’d rather get creative on your own – see our free leaf templates and create your own fall leaf art!

We hope you enjoy all of these Fall crafts for Kids. Which one will you try?

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