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Super Fun Fall Crafts for Toddlers to do at Home

Super Fun Fall Crafts for Toddlers to do at Home

 

Fall is the perfect time to make seasonal crafts.  I love decorating my home for the fall season.  Having crafts made from our little ones is a great touch.  These fall crafts are perfect to add to your home decor.  Let’s make a ghost, pumpkins and colored feet! These are all simple fall crafts for your toddler to do at home.

 

These projects are easy enough for your toddler to do, though older kids will have fun as well. You can do this craft at home, daycare, and preschool.  All children will love making these seasonal crafts.

 

 

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Be sure to print out Halloween Coloring Pages to enjoy at home.

 

Let’s get started 

 

 

Fall Crafts for your Toddler to Do at Home

 

Pumpkin Stamps

 

Simple fall crafts for your toddler to do at home

 

 

Materials:

  • Paper
  • Orange Paint
  • Paintbrush
  • 1 apple cut in half
  • 1 Marker

 

Simple Fall Crafts for your Toddler to do at home.

 

 

Simple Fall Crafts for your toddler to do at home

 

Instructions:

Cut the apple in half.  Dip the apple in the orange paint or use the paintbrush.  Have your little one stamp the apple on the paper.  Stamp as many times as you like.  If your child is having fun, keep the activity going just get out more paper.

 

 

Be sure to check out my facebook page to watch the video of this being made.

 

These crafts are a great way to build Fine Motor Skills.  If you are looking for more ways to develop fine motor skills be sure to get this bundle of activities you can do right at home.

 

Puffy Ghost

 

Simple Fall Crafts your Toddler can do at home

 

 

Materials:

  • Paper
  • Cotton Balls
  • Glue
  • Black paper – make 2 eyes and a mouth
  • Scissors

 

Simple fall crafts your toddler can do at home

 

 

Instructions:

First, cut out a ghost shape from a piece of paper.  I used cardstock so it’s a little more sturdy.  I stretched the cotton balls a bit to cover more area. Together, with your little one squeeze glue to cover the ghost.  Then have your child pick up the cotton balls and cover the cut-out.  With a dot of glue put on the eyes and the mouth.  All done!  So easy.

 

Be sure to check out my facebook page to watch the video of this being made.

 

 

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Halloween Feet 

 

Simple fall crafts your toddler can do at home

 

Materials:

  • Black Paper
  • Chalk
  • Paintbrush
  • Yellow Paint
  • Orange Paint
  • White Paint

 

Instructions:

 

First, write the saying in chalk and leave a little room for their foot.  It’s easier to write it first so that you can put the foot where there is space. Take a paintbrush and paint the parts of the foot different colors.  Paint the heel white, the middle of the foot orange and the top of the foot yellow.  Put your child’s foot on the paper where you left the room.  Now you have a perfect Fall Sign.

Save this for years to come so you have something to remember just how small they once were.  I hang mine up every year.

 

Be sure to print out Halloween Coloring Pages to enjoy at home.

 

Enjoy these simple crafts to get into the fall season.  You and your kids will love making these fun projects.  You don’t need to spend a ton of money to make adorable crafts with your child.  Have fun, get messy.

 

 

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Write below and let me know which was the favorite in your house.  Send me a picture on facebook of your little ones making these crafts.

 

PS. Don’t forget to check out my facebook page to watch the video of the crafts being made with my little one.

 

 

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