Fall Crafts

preschool fall  crafts
Preschool Fall Crafts

Fall is my favorite season and my son and I have made a lot of fun and cute fall crafts together over the years!

Fall–

Tissue Paper Apple Craft — make an apple out of scrunched up tissue paper!

Coffee Filter Leaves — make gorgeous fall leaves with coffee filters, markers, and a spray bottle!

Handprint Pumpkin — memorialize your little one’s handprint with this cute handprint pumpkin.

Leaf Stick Puppet a simple, nature inspired fall craft. Go on a a leaf hunt and bring home your favorites to turn into stick puppets!

Basic Shapes Fire Truck — October is fire safety month. Make a construction paper fire truck out of basic shapes.

Scarecrow Paper Bag Puppet— paper bag puppets are one of my favorite go-to crafts! They are fun and easy to make. This scarecrow puppet turned out cute and it was fun to play with while we read some scarecrow books!

Coffee Filter Bats — awesome bats made from coffee filters, clothes pins, paints, markers, and a spray bottle.

Tissue Paper Fox — for me, foxes are synonymous with autumn, so we just had to make a cute little fox!

Paper Plate Hedgehog — I LOVE hedgehogs! Make this cute little hedgehog craft with your little one. All you need are a paper plate, scissors, and paint.

Halloween:

Ghost Paint Craft — fine motor skills craft using cotton swabs to make paint dots around ghosts.

Mickey Mouse Paper Plate Pumpkin — celebrate Halloween Disney style with this cute Mickey Mouse pumpkin made from a paper plate, orange tissue paper, and black construction paper.

Handprint Ghost Stick Puppet — I love handprint crafts and Halloween, so this is one of my favorite crafts! My son turned his adorable little handprint into a ghost stick puppet and “flies” it around the house, saying boo!

Thanksgiving:

Turkey Paper Bag Puppet — make a turkey puppet out of a paper bag and construction paper.

Toilet Paper Roll Turkey — feathers, a paper plate, a toilet paper roll, and your imagination come together to make this adorable craft!

Disguise the Turkey — use your creativity to disguise the turkey so that it doesn’t get eaten for Thanksgiving dinner.

Hanukkah:

Some years Hanukkah is in the fall and other years it is in winter.

Decoupage Star of David: make a beautiful Star of David craft for Hanukkah.

Easy Star of David: easy Star of David craft for toddlers/preschoolers that only needs craft sticks, glue, and a blue marker.