Looking for Fall printables for Kids? Here’s some Fall Cut and Paste Activities, a Fall Bucket List, and a few other fall printables to enjoy.
I hope you find some amazing free fall activities for kids!
There’s a little something for the whole family in this guide! All you need to add is a pumpkin spice latte for mom and a leaf blower for dad! LOL
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The Fall Bucket List – 10 Fun Fall Activities for the Family
This first printable is a Fall Bucket List with 10 ideas for fall family fun! You could definitely add apple picking, trunk or treats, corn mazes, etc. where those options are available.
Ok! Let’s Talk Family Fun Fall Bucket List Ideas!
Fall Activities for Kids, Tweens, and Teens
1) Make Pumpkin Bread or muffins.
2) Try a Pumpkin Spice Flavored Drink
3) Decorate the kitchen table with a fall centerpiece.
4) Set Pumpkins and Fall Decor outside.
5) Create a fall scavenger hunt for a sibling, cousin, or neighbor kid to enjoy. It could be a list of things to find or a series of clues that lead to a prize.
6) Create a fall themed card to send to a elderly family member or friend.
7) Make a list of your favorite fall or Halloween movies and plan a series of movie nights. For extra fun, add special themed food!
8) Carve a pumpkin…or a whole pumpkin family!
9) Paint a pumpkin and deliver to a friend.
10) Create a funny Halloween costume, take a picture, and send it to anyone who could use a smile!
Make your Own Bucket List of Fall Activities for the Family
This second fall printable is a blank Fall Bucket List. Perfect for tweens and teens to create their own Bucket List for Fall!
My 10 year old was delighted by the list above, but even more excited to create her own list, combining some of those ideas and adding some of her own!
Fall Cut and Paste and Scissor Skill Printables for Kids
These tractor/combine themed fall printables are for the little ones who are learning scissor skills. The first one is a simple “cut on the line.” Simply have the child cut on the dotted line from the tractor/combine to the corn. Perfect for little ones who are learning about harvest time!
This page could also be simply traced or you could laminate it and add it to a busy book!
The second printable is a fall cut and paste tractor with a wagon of pumpkins. This is great for kids who are learning to match numbers and working on their cutting skills.
Have the child cut out the pumpkins and glue to the corresponding number square on the tractor page! My 4 and 5 year olds loved this activity and I love that they were having fun while learning!
This pumpkin tractor could also be used as a busy book page. Simply laminate the page and pieces and attach Velcro.
Decorate the Pumpkin Printable
The last printable is Halloween themed and can be used a couple of different ways!
You could use it as a fun fall cut and paste activity for older children. Print out the pumpkin and the pumpkin pieces. Have the children cut out and glue on the pumpkin face pieces to create a Jack-o-lantern face on the pumpkin.
This printable could also be used as a quiet activity for little ones. Print it out on cardstock for durability and cut out all the pieces to the pumpkin. Place the pieces in a plastic bag for easy travel and watch your little one create pumpkin faces over and over! This works great for a quiet time activity while you are on the go, at church, or at restaurants!
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If you enjoyed these fall activities, you can find more activities for kids below!
Be sure to check out this Apple Color Sorting activity and this Fall Sensory Bin idea as well!
You can also grab a free apple template here for a Marble Painting Apple Craft.
For Halloween, there’s free Monster Coloring Pages here.
You can grab a free Witch Hat Headband printable here to make a fun wearable Halloween craft! There’s also a free set of Five Little Pumpkins Printables here.
So much fun to be had during autumn!
These are some really cute activity sheets and make planning fall activities fun! I personally love anything pumpkin so those fun things would be at the top of my list!
Thanks Heather! I’m a pumpkin fan too. Fall is such a great season!
love the suggestions.
thanks for sharing~!
Very cool list! Carving pumpkins is always fun! Our town holds an annual pumpkin people contest every year where the local businesses in the area create a scene with pumpkin people, and then the town votes on the winner! It’s always so much fun! Last year, the winner recreated The Beatles’ Abbey Road album cover on the sidewalk, and they used pumpkins for the heads! 🙂
Very cool! I’d love to see a pumpkin contest!
Wow this was so great! Thank you for all the wonderful tips and ideas! 🙂
Glad you enjoyed it! Thanks so much for the encouraging words!