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50 Easy September Crafts for Kids
Let’s get ready for Fall with these easy September crafts for kids.
As September rolls around, and the weather cools off a bit, everyone gets excited for the start of the fall season. Maybe it’s because we are over the heat of summer —or it could be because this month signals the beginning of a few months of very big and fun holidays. Either way, there is so much fun that comes in along with the fall.
The fall leaves begin popping up. Pumpkins begin showing up everywhere and Halloween costumes are being put up on the shelves in preparation for October.
Kids of all ages can enjoy all that comes with the month of September – including all of the fun activities. Pumpkin patches start opening up for the season and apple picking is at its best! If you are looking for some indoor activities to get children excited about the fall, art projects are perfect.
Do you need autumn crafts for your classroom or are you having a crafty morning at home? This collection of fall crafts and September art projects will have you set up for the start of the new season.
Easy September Crafts for Kids
These fun fall crafts encompass a few of the quintessential symbols of fall! One thing you might see a lot of during this season is corn being harvested! Scarecrows are usually around to help ward off crop destroying pests, so there are a few crafts with friendly faces below! You also can’t forget the most fascinating part of the fall season — the changing of leaves. Check out these favorite fall crafts below.
This fall art is great for fine motor skills! These little cobs of corn are adorable and another cute symbol of fall.
These fall trees are made from broccoli! Just grab some red, yellow, and orange paint and you are read to make these adorable, colorful trees!
This paper plate scarecrow couldn’t be easier. Paper plate crafts are always a favorite because of how simple and inexpensive they usually are.
This fun scarecrow craft could make for a great time during pretend play!
If you like these, check out more easy fall crafts directly below!
Easy Leaf Crafts
Most of these crafts are a great way to get children outside and on a nature walk! Gather some of those beautiful leaves and create an autumn masterpiece!
This fun craft has you creating fall leaf sun catchers. They look so pretty in a window!
This art project is so much fun and you can use any fall color that you like!
The best ideas are some of the simplest! Who knew that leaves could help you make such an adorable face?
This is the perfect way to get your kids outside for a good amount of time! They need time to gather a variety of different leaves for each of the body parts!
There are more cute leaf crafts below! Some use real leaves gathered from outside and others use paint or cutouts!
Fun Pumpkin Crafts
Kids of all ages will love these pumpkin craft projects. The autumn months are filled with pumpkins, so things are just getting started in September!
This is a fun way to make a pumpkin project educational! This is perfect for an autumn science lesson.
Beaded projects are great for fine motor skills! Children could even wear these pumpkins as bracelets if they would like to!
All you need for this project is construction paper, glue, and scissors! This one is about as easy as it gets.
This fall art project has you using one fall produce item to create another! Adorable!
More cute pumpkin projects for those early fall crafts down below!
Apple Crafts for Kids
These simple ideas are perfect for this time of year. September and early fall are prime apple picking times!
Grab some yarn and cardboard to make these adorable whole or half-eaten apple!
Coffee Filter Apple Craft
When you are ready to make this coffee filter apple craft, there are a few items you will need.
This great craft lets you personalize! This will be a project parents want to pull out every year once September rolls back around.
What better way to put your apple picking to use than an apple art project? Second to making a warm apple pie of course!
These puff paint apples are perfect for older kids who can do the puff paint themselves, but are also great for kids of all ages and their pretend play!
More Apple Crafts
Still wanting to get into the fall spirit with your craft time? We have more apple art projects below!
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