10. Collect Leaves And Acorns
One of the best things about fall are all the colorful leaves and acorns that fall on the ground. They are great for crafting with as well as decorating your home! Take your kiddos outside and collect as many as you possibly can. Then, come inside and start making things with them and decorating your home. They’re free and not to mention so beautiful and festive.
11. Go on a Fall Scavenger Hunt
There are three months of amazing things to find when you do a fall scavenger hunt. Basic fall nature items, Halloween-themed decor and Thanksgiving-centered ideas too! Luckily for us, TheResourcefulMama.com has come up with 9 scavenger hunt worksheets already! Head to their site, print and start hunting!
12. Do a Fall Craft
Celebrate and embrace all the wonderful feelings of fall––leaves, acorns and pumpkins, oh my! There are tons of amazing DIY projects for kids of all ages. We have several fall craft posts, like 9 Fun Fall Crafts for Kids and 8 Fun Handprint Crafts for Kids.