I'm featuring some really unique fall crafts for kids that were shared last week. I loved the variety of materials used and the interesting ways things were created. Keep on reading to find some unique fall craft inspiration for kids!
Autumn leaves made from coffee filters and watercolors - simple and stunning! // Love any project that combines techniques and processes. We used markers, pipettes, and watercolors, then practiced q-tip gluing to make a tree with leaves falling.
So simple & cute! Paint a simple rectangular trunk and then add some branches out from the trunk with the q-tip. Dot on leaves in different colours. (Draw a circle around the trunk in light pencil to maintain a circle shape for the leaves.
Using forks for printing. Would make such a cute project for Kdg. I could see them making some very funny porcupines! Fork stamp would be good for hay stacks or a dog. Can use fork for upper grades and manipulate so just 2 prongs were printed and etc.
School of the Wild maybe? Leaf rubbings are a good excuse to go outside, but you can't always find dropped leaves all year round! Use a laminator and a metal ring to create leaf rubbing plates that can be used all year long, over and over again!