It is still 84 degrees out, and frankly it’s not feeling very much like fall around here. That means we have to make our own fall! After school we’ll be doing some fall process art activities inspired by some of our favorites around the web.
Gather up some natural materials like acorns and pinecones. Grab some pumpkins. Add in a bit of a paint and few odds and ends, and you can join in too!
FIND ALL OF OUR LEAF THEME ACTIVITIES IN OUR PRINTABLE LESSON PLANS
FOR HOME PRESCHOOL AND PRESCHOOL CLASSROOMS.
Fall Process Art
Kids experiment with ramps and gravity as they use rolling runaway pumpkins to paint.
Add some scented exploration to art time with this pumpkin pie process art activity from Fun-A-Day.
Go on a nature walk and collect some pinecones for this colorful pinecone painting activity from No Time for Flash Cards.
Roll out the beautiful color combinations of fall with this rolling leaf fall painting.
Head outdoors and gather acorns. Then use them to paint with acorns like Fun-A-Day did.
Try watercolor resist art with this gorgeous fall leaf art idea from Fun at Home with Kids.
PRINTABLE LEAF THEME LESSON PLANS
Save time and get right to the playful learning with our printable lesson plan sets. Each set includes over 30 playful learning activities related to the theme, and we’ve provided different versions for home preschool families and classroom teachers so all activities are geared directly toward your needs.
This set currently includes active hands-on learning ideas and the following printables:
1) Roll and Say Fall ABC Game (uppercase and lowercase versions)
2) Roll and Count Leaves Math Game
3) Small Leaf Cards for Sorting and Patterning
4) Sight Word Trees Activity Mats, Letter Cards, and Sight Word Cards
5) Color Word Leaf Cards
6) Leaf Number Cards (0-35)
7) Sorting Leaves Color Mats and Leaf Cards
8) Fall Leaves Emergent Reader (3 versions)
9) Leaf Observation Recording Sheet
GET YOUR LESSON PLANS
Also available on Teachers Pay Teachers.
More Fall Fun
Combine process art time with a few of these hands-on learning activities!
When does it really start to feel like fall in your area? We typically don’t really get a taste of it until about mid-November, but we do get a few cooler days here and there in October if we’re lucky.