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Fall is one of my favorite seasons to celebrate with the kids with the leaves and colors changing. Here are a few ways to engage your child in appreciating autumn with some fun learning activities using leaves, pumpkins or apples. Take a look at these easy projects that will keep little ones occupied as the weather changes. What are some of your favorite fall activities to do with the the kids?

Apple Sensory Play (via Fun-A-Day)
A wonderful apple sensory game that involves counting, sorting and colors!

Fall ABC Game (via Fantastic Fun and Learning)
This fun free printable fall game is a great way to practice saying letter and sounds and includes upper and lower case letters.

Fall Learning Printables (via Gift of Curiosity)
An amazing fall activity pack that includes 24 worksheets for learning fall themed shapes, counting, patterns and more.

Fall Tree Numbers (via Mom Inspired Life)
Here’s a super quick activity you can set up that walks your child through number matching on a hand-drawn tree.

Five Little Pumpkins Book (via Rainy Day Mum)
Make a book which involves numbers and literacy based off the cute and catchy “Five Little Pumpkins” song.

Fall Yarn Wrapping (via Cutting Tiny Bites)
Practice those fine motor skills by helping little ones wrap yarn around cute fall shaped items.

Leaf Name Game (via The Pleasantest Thing)
Go on a nature walk and collect leaves to play this simple name game that kids can match up letters with.

Leaf Matching Game (via Mr. Printables)
Put a fun fall twist on a memory game by showing kids all sorts of different leaves and shapes.

Take a look here for lots more fall activities for kids.

Agnes Hsu is a mom of three and has been inspiring parents and kids to get creative with easy activities and family friendly recipes for over 10 years. She shares her love for creative play and kids food to her 2MM+ followers online. Agnes' commitment to playful learning and kindness has not only raised funds for charity but also earned features in prestigious nationwide publications.