Even if it’s not fall yet (or you live in a climate that is constantly warm – and the leaves never change shades), you can still do plenty of these children’s crafts. There are green leaf activities and a few that use paper versions of the real thing.
Tissue Paper Prints: If you’ve ever accidentally gotten non-colorfast tissue paper wet, you know what happens. The color runs everywhere. Use this principle to make autumn-hued prints on paper leaves.
Paint Splatter: Jackson Pollock lover’s will get a kick out of this autumn abstract art activity! Your child can use the real deal or draw and cut out paper leaves for this project.
Leaf Mobile: Take those paint splatter leaves (or make other artsy paper ones) and add some physics to your child’s art-making.
Fall Tree: Use leaves (either colorful ones or those leftover summer green ones) to paint print a seasonal tree.
Color Change Clay: This is one of my favorites! I used to teach a preschool art class in a museum’s galleries – that means no paint. So, we’d use clay to ‘finger paint’ with. This activity lets your little artist change a green paper leaf into a colorful concoction, minus the mess.
Water Colors: Pretty paints plus a leaf or two makes a fantastic fall craft.
Fall Wreath: I originally made this one for Thanksgiving, but the kids can create it any time of the year.
Abstract Art: Paint, paint and more paint makes this abstract activity fall fun for the kids!
Finger Paint: Perk up those dull brown leaves with some finger paint sensory process art.
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