Isn’t fall the best time of year?
The leaves are changing colors, kids get fall break which means more family time, and there’s a feeling of the holidays right around the corner!
Obviously, we love fall and we’re betting you will too when you see all of the fun fall crafts for preschoolers.
These projects are simple, cheap, quick, and super fun to do! Just grab those common crafting supplies like paper, glue, and scissors and you’re set.
Many of these kids’ crafts can also be done throughout other times of the year or for specific themed units, so be sure to save your favorite ideas and continue to check back often!
Easy Fall Crafts
Kids will love this fun and easy apple popsicle stick craft. They can paint, cut, and glue the popsicle sticks together to create a cute decoration. This is a great way to get creative and have some fun with your kids!
This pumpkin name craft is a fun way for kids to practice their spelling skills. The best part? It’s completely editable, so you can customize it with your child’s name!
It’s that time of year again when pumpkins start to show up all over the place. This pumpkin emotions craft is a great way for kids to learn how to identify and express different feelings. It’s also a fun way to get into the fall spirit!
This tissue paper apple craft is a great way to get your kids excited about fall. It’s also a fun fine motor activity that will help improve their hand dexterity. Plus, it’s really easy to make and doesn’t require any special supplies.
Autumn is the perfect time to get crafty. This easy tutorial will show you how to make an adorable yarn apple craft that your kids can enjoy making and playing with all season long.
This apple core craft is so easy and fun, your kids will love it! All you need is a paper plate and some squares of paper. We used red, green, and yellow paper, but you can use whatever colors you like. Just cut the paper into small squares, and glue them onto the paper plate to make an apple core. It’s that simple!
These wise owl popsicle stick crafts are the perfect fall project for kids! They’re easy to make, and they look so cute displayed on the fridge. The best part is that they can be made with just a few simple supplies.
This handprint acorn craft is the perfect fall activity for kids! And the best part is that you don’t need any paint – all you need is some paper and a few other simple supplies. Just follow the instructions below and you’ll have the cutest little acorns in no time.
Kids working on how to spell their names? This apple name craft is the perfect way for kids to do just that! Just edit the template, print it out, and glue it all together.
Want more fall activities? The fall printables bundle for kids is the perfect way to get your child excited for the upcoming fall season. With 80 pages of fun and learning, your child will be entertained for hours. From worksheets to color by numbers and pattern block mats, this bundle has everything you need to keep your child occupied and learning all at the same time.
Who doesn’t love a good worm craft, right? This one is actually cute, and it’s perfect for fall or back to school time. It’s easy enough for kids to make and has a free template.
As anyone with kids knows, the key to fall break is to keep them busy. There are only so many times you can take them apple picking before it gets boring. That’s why we’re loving this cute pumpkin popsicle stick craft for kids. It’s perfect for fall and it will keep the little ones busy for at least half an hour.
This paper bag apple craft is the perfect way to use up those lunch sacks! Simply gather up some paper, scissors, and glue, and let your kids go to town creating their apples. Once they’re done, they can use them for imaginative play.
You know what would be super fun? Making this scarecrow handprint craft! It’s so easy and doesn’t require any paint, which is great because who wants to deal with the mess? Plus, it’s really festive for fall decorations.
It’s fall and it’s time to get creative with your kids! This adorable paper plate scarecrow craft is perfect for the season. It doesn’t take a lot of materials or skill to make this fun project that will keep you all entertained on those rainy days at home!
Keep your child busy for a while when you make this paper plate sunflower craft. Kids will get to paint, cut, and glue their way to this cheery little sunflower. Hang it up on the art wall or give it to Grandma for a fun surprise!
Who knew acorns could be so cute, right? This paper acorn craft is perfectly fall and perfectly suited for preschool and kindergarten children. Be sure to download the free template and make this little guy on a rainy day!
Making puppets is a great way for kids to express their creative side, and this pumpkin puppet craft is the perfect way to get them into the fall spirit! All you need is some paper, scissors, glue, and the free template.
Corn never looked so cute! This easy corn craft for kids is ideal for toddlers, preschool, and pre-k children. Just download the printable template, do some cutting and then you’re ready to assemble your corn. It’s a great craft idea to do after visiting a corn maze in the fall!
It’s not fall until you make your very own scarecrow. The kids will love this paper bag scarecrow craft because it is easy, inexpensive, and fun to do!
Fall is finally here and we’re excited! Get into the fall spirit with this easy scarecrow popsicle stick craft.
Apple picking is a favorite fall activity for many families so why not make this handprint apple tree craft to celebrate the beginning of fall?
Do crows remind anyone else of fall? If so, be sure to add this simple crow craft for kids to your fall crafting list!
This printable scarecrow craft is a great way to get the kids in your life involved with fall. If you’re looking for something that gets them using scissors, this is it!
You can never have too many fox crafts, right?! This paper bag fox craft is not only fun to make, but also doubles as play time once your child is finished crafting!
Fall couldn’t be complete without a trip to the pumpkin patch! Learn all about pumpkins and their life cycles, then make your own paper pumpkin craft at home.
It’s a simple fall craft that comes with a printable template.
When we think of fall animals, we automatically think of any animal that belongs in the woodland or forest animal category.
This funny little squirrel craft is a perfect woodland creature and makes for a fun indoor activity for the kids.
This scarecrow headband craft is so cute on the kids and will be perfect for fall. Add a little bit of whimsy to your house with this adorable craft!
Paper plate crafts are a classic craft for kids, so we’ve made this paper plate fox craft to go along with fall and forest animals.
Download the printable template to make a boy or girl fox!
Here’s another fun apple craft, but this time, the apple is super happy! This paper plate apple is an easy craft for preschool and kindergarten children to do at home or at school to celebrate fall.
This masked animal bandit is not only adorable but also simple enough to make with preschool, pre-k and kindergarten children.
Keeping right along with all of our other paper plate crafts, this paper plate hedgehog is an adorable craft that’s perfect for autumn nights.
Your child will work on fine motor skills, painting, cutting and more when they make this little guy.
Help your kids work on handwriting skills and creative writing with this scarecrow craftivity. This fun fall activity is easy to do, even if you don’t have a lot of time. So grab some construction paper, paper, glue sticks, scissors, and let’s get started!
Here’s another fox craft that’s great for fall! This fox paper craft requires only paper and our printable template. He’s so cute, you’ll want to make more than one!
This handprint fall tree craft is a fun way to preserve your child’s handprints! Talk to them about how leaves change colors, let them count the leaves as they make their tree, and work on using just the right amount of glue.
We’re rounding out our top fall crafts for preschool children with this handprint hedgehog. This handprint craft is more fun than normal because kids get to trace their hands four times!
Which craft will your kids want to make first?