One of the most popular fall kids activities that has been around for many generations and is still fun for kids of all ages including us big “kids” is playing in leaf piles. Have the kids come outside to help you rake the fallen leaves into piles in the yard. You can either do several smaller piles or one big pile. Let them jump in or fall back onto the pile. Kids can also hide in the piles, starting a game of hide and seek. Playing with piles of crunchy leaves can be a lot of fun, get creative with it. You can create leaf rain, leaf beds or a leaf fort.
Painting is also a fun activity that can be enjoyed inside or outside during the summer or fall seasons. If your kids are messy, let them paint outdoors. You can use an easel or hang artwork on the fence or laundry line. Sidewalk chalk is also fun and can be used on your deck, or sidewalk. Let your kids get their creative juices flowing by creating the backyard of their dreams without hurting a thing.
Also, visit your local park. Parks are so much fun, children can easily get their energy out and visit with fellow classmates and neighborhood children. Plan a play-date at the park with friends and have a picnic lunch while you are there!
Choose a location that is a good match for the age and fitness level of your family. Drive to a scenic trail and hike until you find a great spot to spread out and eat. Even a walk to a local park can be fun. They usually have picnic tables and Robinia natural material playground concept for the little ones to play on. If you’re lucky enough to live near the ocean or a lake, take a hike along the water’s edge. Walking in sand is great exercise.
Visit your local library Libraries are a wonderful resource for kids activities. Take advantage of your libraries resources including story-time, book clubs, and craft activities.