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61 Fun Autumn Activities For Kids Plus Free Printable

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Today on the blog I am sharing 61 Fun Autumn Activities for kids. Autumn is one of my favourite times of the year, I love it when the nights get darker and the air cooler. I do like Summer but Autumn brings so much fun and it’s the activities from Autumn that I remember the most from my childhood. So with this said I have created a list of 61 + fun Autumn activities that you can do with the kids. These boredom busters are sure to keep you busy and I hope you find this list super useful.

Angela x

61 + Fun Autumn Activities For Kids 

  • Visit A Farmers Market.
  • Make luxury hot chocolate.
  • Go on a road trip.
  • Use Cinnamon to make some tasty treats.
  • Visit a hot tub.
  • Give thanks and write a gratitude diary. There is a fab post on Laura’s Lovely Blog on how to start a Gratitude Diary.
  • Bake Yummy pies. Maybe a tasty Apple Pie.
  • Try out some Face painting.
  • Read a Book. There are so many awesome Autumn themed books out at this time of the year.
  • Have a Pot Luck Party. I love Pot luck and trying out all the tasty recipes different people make.
  • Explore the Woods as a family.
  • Go camping for the night.
  • Collect Leaves and paint them at home.
  • Chop Firewood. I used to love chopping wood in the yard with my dad.
  • Bob for apples. This is a fun activity which the kids are sure to enjoy.
  • Have a movie night.
  • Build a fire and toast marshmallows.
  • Visit a corn maze.
  • Carve Pumpkins. For fantastic ideas why not visit CuddleFairy and read her post on How To Carve A Pumpkin.
  • Complete a puzzle. This is a great rainy day activity.
  • Make a Scarecrow. Now that’s something i have never done but imagine it would be super fun.

Autumn activities for kids

  • Have a Bake Sale – We have plenty of fun baking ideas in our Fantastic Food category.
  • Knit – I have a whole lot of fun knitting ideas over on my Pinterest boards.
  • Cook Beef Stew – You may love this simple Pepperpot Stew Hygge recipe from Elizabeths Kitchen Diary.
  • Watch the Sunset. We used to climb a hill to see the sunset back when I was a child.
  • Have a Picnic. This is always a fun option any season, maybe take some hot lentil soup and lots of yummy treats.
  • Plant bulbs, It is the perfect time for planting.
  • Snuggle under blankets. Now this is a great time of the year for snuggling. In fact my daughter has a fantastic snuggle sac which is perfect for this time of the year.
  • Have Thanksgiving as a family celebrate the harvest or cook a lovely meal to give thanks.
  • Play Board games. This is a fun time of year for playing games. We love Cluedo Junior and Monopoly.
  • Go Rock climbing
  • Can Fruit
  • Collect Pinecones and make some fantastic pinecone crafts. There are some amazing ideas over on Red Ted Art.
  • Cook a Turkey
  • Go on a Nature Walk.
  • Visit a Pumpkin Patch
  • Make a wreath. There is a fab Wreath tutorial over on Pinks Charming.
  • Make Apple Cider
  • Go on a Bike Ride. This is something my daughter loves to do with her dad.

Autumn activities for kids

  • Grow harvest herbs
  • Play kickball
  • Go on a family hike
  • Make Smores… ooh yummy yummy
  • Go horseback riding
  • Catch Falling Leaves
  • Make popcorn – We have a fantastic Starwars themed popcorn recipe which would be fun to make.
  • Drink Lattes
  • Do leaf Rubbings
  • Fly a Kite
  • Go to a festival
  • Play Catch
  • Visit the local park.
  • Go Geocatching
  • Press leaves.

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35 Comments

  1. These are all thing that I simply love about fall! We’ll be carving our pumpkins while sipping hot cocoa this weekend. I’d love to make a scarecrow too, if time permits.

  2. So many great ideas! My son would love all of these. We have never bobbed for apples. That would be a great idea for an afternoon with friends! We will have to give a few of these a try!

  3. Wow so many great ideas here! Roasting marshmallows on an open campfire has to be one of my favourite outdoorsy things to do. And my 6yo has been asking to try apple bobbing after seeing it on TV last week so we might need to give this a try!

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