It’s fall y’all, and we’re loving it! We’ve come up with some AWESOME fall activities for kids that will let you enjoy every minute of the season with your little one while also targeting fine motor, gross motor, and sensory development.
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1 || Leaf Scramble – This fun activity will have your little ones moving so fast, they won’t even notice how much work they actually did!
3 || Making an Impression: Fall Fun With Playdough! – Playing with play dough is one of our favorite activities for kids. There are so many ways to make it new and exciting, just by adding novel objects or presenting it in a different way. Check out this fun fall twist on playdough play!
4 || Mini Pumpkin Toss Up – Juggling: one of the best gross motor activities for developing hand eye coordination, reaction time, balance, motor planning and control, visual tracking, body awareness, and confidence!!
5 || 4 Fun Ways to Learn With Leaves – Put that fall leaf collection to good use with these playful fine motor and learning activities for kids.
6 || Acorn Hopscotch – We thought it might be fun to update this old favorite game by turning it into a little race using two hopscotch boards and acorns!
7 || Sensory Motor Lesson Plan: The Busy Little Squirrel – Read The Busy Little Squirrel and then try these gross motor, fine motor, and sensory activities to continue the fun!
8 || Sensory Motor Lesson Plan: The Apple Pie That Papa Baked – We LOVE it when a good book can inspire some creative movement and play! Check out this adorable fall book, The Apple Pie That Papa Baked, and then check out the fun activities to go along with it!
9 || Sensory Motor Lesson Plan: Fall Leaves Fall – Leaves! Raking, jumping, catching, comparing – what could be more fun!? Fall Leaves Fall is an awesome fall book for kids and our activities are the perfect way to keep the fall fun going!
10 || 20 Great Fall Activities and Books for Kids – You don’t want to miss this awesome round-up of amazing fall books for kids…with great crafts, projects, motor activities, and sensory activities to go along with them!