Creating a Fall Bucket List will help you to get it all in this season. Fall in the U.S. is in September, October, and November. The air gets crisper, the leaves change color and we start thinking about the holidays. Here are some ideas to add to your own Fall Bucket List for Kids.
A Fall Bucket List for Kids to Make your Fall the Best Ever
As summer winds down, it’s a great time to start thinking about the fall activities that you want to remember to do.
Don’t let the days slip away, because you know they fly!
Take a minute to think back to your childhood.
What were some of the fun things you liked to do in the fall?
Relive those days by sharing those experiences with your Grandchildren.
If you loved it, they might, too.
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The Best Fall Bucket List Ideas
So here are some ideas for places to go, things to bake, crafts to make, games to play, and other great ideas that you will enjoy with kids on your Fall Bucket List.
Add “Places to Go” to your Fall Bucket List
Going places is always fun. During this time of Covid-19, you may have to alter some of these ideas but do your best.
Stay safe while you have a good time.
It IS possible to have fun and mind the rules, too.
So, try some of these fun places.
Places to Go
Hit the road and camp out – Have a Blast RVing with the Grandkids.
Grab the fishing pole and head to a place like August A. Busch Conservation Area.
Go for a drive and find beautiful leaves to use for crafts (or just drive, look and enjoy!).
Take it outside and play yard games that you remember from your childhood.
Go apple picking. Or Pear Picking like this family.
Add “Cooking Fall Treats” to your Bucket List!
Cooking, baking, and spending time in the kitchen are great ways to bond with the kids.
Make some special memories while you whip up some delicious treats!
Try making some of these yummy concoctions.
Pumpkin Scones – from TonyaStaab
Apple Pie Ice Cream – from MamaLikesToCook
Caramel Apple Pops – from DIYCandy
Fall Trail Mix– From PassingDownTheLove
Apple Cake – From PassingDownTheLove
Mini Monster Cookies – from OneSheTwoShe
Halloween Hot Dog Mummies – from SimplyHappyFoodie
Halloween Popcorn – from RecipesFromAPantry
The Flat-Out Best Fall Trail Mix – from PassingDownTheLove
Autumn Puppy Chow – from ChickenScratchNY
Don’t you miss a good hearty bowl of soup during the summer?
Fall is finally here so enjoy some Baked Potato Soup or a big bowl of chili!
“Making Fall Crafts” Should be on your Fall Bucket List.
Get a little crafty and in the fall spirit with these unique crafts.
There is surely something on this list that you’d love to see come to life in your own home.
Kids love making things, especially when they’re doing it with you!
Toddler Fall Tree Craft– from LivingForTheSunshine
Autumnal Suncatcher – from TheGingerbreadHouse
Fall Bucket List Printable Craft – from ElvaMDesign
DIY Halloween Pool Noodle Crafts – from DIYNoodles
Halloween Slime – from TheBestIdeasForKids
Fall Slime – from CrayonsAndCravings
Fall Craft with Leaves – from MomInTheSix
Wooly Bear Craft for PreK+ – from ChickenScratchNY
Fall Puzzle Piece Wreath – from StressLessBeHealthy
Fall Leaf Fingerprint Counting – from MessyLittleMonster
Autumn Owl Black Glue Art – from Artsy Momma
Playing is good for the imagination, makes the brain work just a little, and creates some healthy competition.
Find a good puzzle for you, or play some fun games with the kids.
Here are some great puzzles and games to add to the list.
Puzzles and Games
Fall Word Search – from CrayonsAndCravings
‘What Words Can You Make’ Game – from ArtsyMomma
Games for the Trampoline – from TwoKidsAndACoupon
DIY Spray Chalk – from DadLifeLessons
Halloween Word Problems – from GhastlyGirl
Fall Bingo – from FunWithMama
Amy at GoodLittleHome has made a list of her favorite things to do in October.
Go on over and check it out!
What else can you do?
Finding things to add to your Fall Bucket List for Kids just got easier!
Spend time with your Grandkids (even if it’s over FaceTime) and do something “fall” related.
The holidays are coming and you know you’ll be busy so now is a great time!
And now you have some great ideas, too!
Keep Passing Down the Love,
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