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!


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.


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!


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.


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.