I love fall. I always have! I remember as a child enjoying all the colors and smells. I loved the sound of the leaves as we walked through them. Perhaps those fond memories are why I love fall with my toddlers and preschoolers. This collection of 15 fall activities for preschoolers is just one of my several collections.
When looking for preschool activities, I think about how meaningful it will be for them. I think about the process and what skills are being developed. While I am not usually a teacher that does a lot of crafts with my children, I will do a few during the holidays. However, even then, I don’t expect them to all look alike. I let the children put their own touches on their work. I put all of this into consideration when collected activities to this post.
Let’s celebrate the season of fall with some fun, hands-on activities that kids will love!
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15 Fall Activities for Preschoolers
Preserved Leaf Wreath (Craftulate)
Sticky Fall Tree (School Time Snippets)
Handprint Tree (Fun-a-Day)
Handprint Acorns (Still Playing School)
Stuffed Paper Apples (Buggy and Buddy)
Homemade Pine Cone Print Wrapping Paper (Homegrown Friends)
Autumn Leaves are Falling Down (Let’s Play Music)
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