3 DIY Activities for Kids This Fall

3 DIY Activities for Kids this Fall 

Fall is the perfect season to engage children in creative and festive activities. Here are three DIY kid activities for fall that blend fun with the spirit of the season: 

  1. Leaf Art Collages:

Materials Needed: 

  • Assorted fall leaves 
  • Glue 
  • Construction paper or cardboard 
  • Markers or crayons 


  • Go on a nature walk with the kids to collect a variety of colorful fall leaves. 
  • Once back home, lay out the leaves and let the children arrange them into creative patterns or designs on the construction paper or cardboard. 
  • Use glue to secure the leaves in place. 
  • Encourage the kids to draw or color around the leaves, creating a beautiful collage that captures the essence of fall. 

Tip: Discuss the different shapes and colors of the leaves, turning the activity into an educational experience about the changing seasons. 

  1. Pumpkin Decorating Party:

Materials Needed: 

  • Small pumpkins (real or craft pumpkins) 
  • Paints or markers 
  • Glitter, stickers, and other decorative items 
  • Aprons or old shirts to protect clothing 


  • Provide each child with a small pumpkin as their canvas. 
  • Set up a decorating station with paints, markers, glitter, and various decorative items. 
  • Let the kids unleash their creativity as they decorate their pumpkins. They can paint faces, add glitter for sparkle, or use markers to draw unique designs. 
  • Once finished, let the pumpkins dry and encourage the children to showcase their masterpieces at home. 

Tip: This activity not only allows for creative expression but also doubles as a fun and personalized fall decoration. 

  1. Scarecrow Building:

Materials Needed: 

  • Old clothes (flannel shirts, jeans, hats) 
  • Straw or newspaper 
  • String or rubber bands 
  • Large plastic bags 
  • Marker or buttons for facial features 


  • Gather old clothes and stuff them with straw or crumpled newspaper to create the body of the scarecrow. 
  • Use string or rubber bands to secure the stuffed clothes at the wrists and ankles. 
  • Fill a large plastic bag with straw and tie it off to create the head. Draw or attach buttons for the scarecrow's face. 
  • Attach the head to the body, and if possible, prop the scarecrow up in the yard or garden. 

Tip: This activity not only fosters creativity but also provides an opportunity to discuss the role of scarecrows in farming and how they help protect crops. 

These DIY fall activities not only entertain kids but also allow them to explore their creativity while connecting with the natural beauty and traditions of the season. 



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