September is a great time to enjoy the beauty and fun of the fall season with your children. Here are some activities to do with your children in September:
Visit a Pumpkin Patch
Visit a local pumpkin patch and let your children pick out their own pumpkins. Many pumpkin patches also offer hayrides and other fall activities.
Order Pumpkin Spice Latte
Is it really fall if you don’t order a PSL? PSL’s are now widely available in Starbucks, and you can start sipping away at the nation’s favorite fall drink.
Go on a Nature Walk
Take a nature walk with your children and enjoy the beautiful fall foliage. Look for different colors and textures of leaves, acorns, and other fall treasures.
Have a Fall Picnic
Pack a fall-themed picnic with your children and enjoy the crisp fall air. Bring sandwiches, apple slices, and pumpkin muffins to make it a special fall meal.
Make Leaf Rubbings
Collect different types of leaves with your children and make leaf rubbings. Place the leaves under a piece of paper and use crayons or colored pencils to rub over the paper, revealing the leaf’s texture.
Decorate the House for Fall
Get your children involved in decorating the house for fall. Let them help choose fall-themed decorations such as pumpkins, gourds, and fall wreaths.
Make a Fall Wreath
Make a fall wreath with your children using fall leaves, acorns, and other fall decorations. Hang it on your front door to welcome the fall season.
Make a Scarecrow
Make a scarecrow with your children using old clothes and hay. Place it in your yard or garden for a fun fall decoration.
Visit a Corn Maze
Visit a local corn maze with your children and enjoy the challenge of finding your way out. Many corn mazes also offer other fall activities such as pumpkin patches and hayrides.
Bake Fall Treats
Bake fall treats such as apple pie, pumpkin bread, or cinnamon rolls with your children. Let them help measure and mix the ingredients to make it a fun and educational activity.
Have a Bonfire
Gather around a bonfire with your children and enjoy the warmth and coziness of the fall season. Roast marshmallows, tell stories, and enjoy the crisp fall air.
Visit a Farmer’s Market
Visit a local farmer’s market with your children and enjoy the fresh produce and fall harvest. Let them help choose fruits and vegetables to bring home and use in fall recipes.
Go on a Hayride
Take a hayride with your children and enjoy the fall scenery. Many farms and orchards offer hayrides as a fall activity.
Make a Fall Craft
Get creative and make fall crafts with your children such as leaf garlands, pinecone bird feeders, or painted pumpkins. These crafts can be enjoyed by all ages and make great fall decorations.
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