This collection of fall crafts for kids includes simple fall art projects for every grade level. This collection of fall crafts for kids includes easy autumn crafts for toddlers, leaf projects for kindergarten, easy October crafts for elementary students, and fall art projects for teens.
Most of these art lessons are nature-themed. I like the idea of getting everyone outside to gather materials and enjoy the fall weather as part of the lesson. Enjoy!
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Fall Crafts for High School Students
While it could be argued that this Button Tree Canvas Set from Fab Art DIY includes all seasons, it is still perfect for fall!
Buttons are not just for keep your closed. It can be magically turned into fascinating wall art with your imagination and creativity. Such as the button tree Ms Amanda has created with these small buttons over the pre-painted canvas. They look just fabulous hanging on the empty wall.
This Galaxy Jack O Lantern Fall Craft from Dream a Little Bigger is perfect for teenagers!
I lose things. Like, constantly. So when I lost a black fake pumpkin Rob and I were hardly surprised. We looked EVERYWHERE. Or, at least I looked everywhere and assumed Rob was helping 🙂 But apparently everywhere doesn’t include the trunk of my car. Or maybe it does.
Now, this is one of our very own fall art projects and we had a blast painting this. It represents the Autumn Equinox as the changing of summer into fall and is split in the center representing a day with the same amount of hours of daylight as darkness. It’s a fun and simple tre painting for teens.
Follow the simple steps below to do this fall art project – The Equinox Tree Painting, in your homeschool or in your classroom.
This Natural Ink Project from Martha Stewart is a great craft project! It gets teens outside gathering their materials. Check it out!
Once you start making ink, the world never quite looks the same. Here’s how to make your own colored inks to use in arts and crafts projects. Learn how to gather natural materials – leaves, berries, bark, moss – and transform them into rich, kid-friendly hues.
Elementary and Middle School Fall Craft for Kids Ideas
These glow stick broomsticks couldn’t be cuter! Teens may also enjoy this project from One Little Project.
The first time I saw a glow stick, I was maybe 11 or 12 years old. My parents were having a bonfire in their backyard – the type of bonfire that’s about the size of a minivan – which was pretty normal for us in rural Ontario.
This collection of Halloween and fall-themed garlands from A Beautiful Mess are an adorable fall craft for kids. I plan on making the ghost garland myself.
I like to think of garlands as necklaces for the home. While I’m just as excited as the next girl about chunky knit hat season, I might be even more into accessorizing my home than my head. I whipped up a few garlands that are perfect for draping across mantels, over door frames, or just taping onto a wall.
Check out this fall twig wreath from The Frugal Girls! I love it SO much! This fall craft is great for kids and teens!
Give your front door a makeover with this Natural Fall Twig Wreath Tutorial! Such an easy Budget DIY Decor project! Related: Hello all of you Frugal Girls out there! I am so excited to be part of Heidi’s Fun Fall Crafts Series this year.
These Halloween Rock Magnets from This Heart of Mine are too cute not to make!
The theme of this year’s decorations, which can be said every year about every holiday’s decorations, is 1.) simple and 2.) doesn’t take up too much space. These magnets fit the bill. Plus, our refrigerator is a happy place to play and these guys will add to the fun.
Fall Crafts for Kids – Kindergarten and Under
Easy Leaf Print Rocks like these from Projects With Kids are a fun way to show kids that they can create something beautiful!
This leaf printing on rocks art project is such a fun and easy fall craft that kids will love. We used beautiful fall colors to paint our rocks and edged them in gold for an extra special touch.
These Tissue Paper Trees are a little person’s dream come true! Paint and glue all in one sweet project! This fall craft comes from I Heart Crafty Things.
Fall time wouldn’t be complete in my house without a fun Fall Tree Craft! It’s something we look forward to every year. When I found out the kids craft stars craft challenge was all about tissue paper this month I was excited to dive in with the beautiful fall colors of red, orange, yellow and gold.
These Kid-Made Fall Wreaths were the first fall craft for kids I decided I had to include in this post. Thanks to Fun At Home With Kids for these beautiful creations.
The final day in our Fall Recipes for Play series was Nature day. I wanted to do something that reminded me of Fall and showcased beautiful Fall nature. I settled on making a wreath with S, but honestly I didn’t think it would turn out as gorgeous as it did.
These Popcorn Fall Trees from Happy Hooligans are adorable and so much fun to make!
Last updated on Pop some popcorn, shake it in some paint, and you’ve got yourself some colourful “leaves” for this adorable Popcorn Fall Tree Craft. This is a fun and easy fall craft for toddlers and preschoolers and great for both large-motor and fine-motor skills.
I hope you have found exactly what you were looking for to make fun fall crafts with your kids this season. If not, check out my Fall Crafts for Kids Pinterest Board for many more craft ideas.
T and I already made the Fall Equinox Tree Painting and next up is the Natural Ink Project. I’m looking forward to a long hike to gather supplies for that art project.
Which fall craft idea has you inspired? Let me know in the comments section below. I love to hear from you!
Happy Fall, Y’all!
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