With the leaves changing colour and the days getting shorter it’s the perfect time to share some easy fall crafts for toddlers that are perfect to make on those days when you just want to stay inside! We’ve shared loads of crafts for toddlers that are perfect for one, two and three year olds. This age group are lovely to craft with as you can share their excitement about the change in season with them.
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All of the fall crafts for toddlers that I’m sharing with you today appear in the same order that they appear in the collages below to make it a bit easier for you to find some new ideas. There are more crafts than are shown in the collages though so do take a good look through the list and see if you can find something new to try out. You’ll also find more ideas for themed toddler crafts at the end of this post.
As with all activities for toddlers you will need to supervise your child during these crafts and obviously there is a lot of differences between what different children can do at different ages – the toddler years are ones of massive change and development! Go with what you think your child will enjoy and most importantly have fun!
Fall Books for Toddlers
I am a huge fan of reading with my kids – I think all parents are, after who wouldn’t want an excuse to cuddle up together especially in this cooler weather! My children have always been fans of themed books – we love Christmas books during December and Halloween books in October! These fall books for toddlers would be great to share together for a bit of rest and chill out time once you’ve finished your crafting for the day.
I Love Fall – A Touch and Feel Board Book by Alison Inches
We’re Going on a Leaf Hunt by Steve Metzger
Mouse’s First Fall by Lauren Thompson
Fall Crafts for Toddlers
Artsy Momma shares a fall leaf craft that has gorgeous colours!
My daughter made these apple suncatchers as an activity for after preschool and they’re great for fine motor skills too.
These autumn tree painting ideas have been really popular with parents and as well as the ideas there’s also a free tree template that you can use.
With a grown up using the hole punch this 3D tree craft from Non-Toy Gifts would be great fun to make.
Follow Fireflies and Mudpies tutorial to make some cute harvest buddies.
Celebrate the changing colours on the trees outside with this simple paper plate fall tree.
My kids loved making these cotton wool painted apples.
These leaf suncatchers are one of our most popular crafts and were made by my kids.
We love any excuse to try out painting and crafting without resorting to the normal paint brushes and Rainy Day Mum’s cork printed fall tree looks perfect for little hands to create.
Toddlers will enjoy sticking down the leaves in this sweet lion craft from Easy Peasy and Fun that comes with a free printable.
My daughter and I made this pom pom apple tree together when she was a toddler.
I love this apple printed tshirt from Non-Toy Gifts as a craft that your toddler can wear afterwards.
This fist bump pumpkin craft from Thrifty Jinxy is super cute!
Make an easy leaf craft that’s super simple for toddlers.
Make a simple paper plate fall wreath like this one from Glitter On A Dime.
This contact paper autumn tree was a big hit with my kids.
Messy Little Monster’s monster leaf puppets look like great fun.
This apple craft for toddlers is super simple and uses one of our favourite materials for crafting.
Create an easy mess free autumn tree craft.
This duplo stamped apple tree craft is great for little hands and it’s always fun to raid the toy box for craft materials!
Learn about colour mixing or practice mark making with this mess free pumpkin craft.
Raid your cupboards to make this popcorn autumn tree craft.
These washi tape autumn leaves are a really simple craft for toddlers to make.
Don’t fancy getting the paints out? Then this torn paper apple craft is for you!
Make some sweet forest fairy wings together following this tutorial from Daisies and Pie, perfect for some dramatic play afterwards!
Follow Messy Little Monster’s tutorial to make an autumn suncatcher from a paper plate.
I love the way the different colours look in this fall suncatcher craft from Mama Smiles.
Where Imagination Grows share a gorgeous fall tree craft using mason jars.
Teaching Two and Three Year Olds shares how to make a pumpkin magnet.
If your child loves handprint crafts then this fall themed idea from Fun Handprint Art would be perfect!
More Crafts for Toddlers
Getting ready for Christmas? With toddlers around there’s no such thing as preparing too soon! Grab some inspiration for fun things to make with this round up of Christmas crafts for toddlers.
This round up of Winter crafts for toddlers has been super popular with parents too!
In the US? Why not check out these fun Thanksgiving activities for toddlers.
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