6 Fun Activities for Kids To Do This Fall

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6 Fun Activities for Kids To Do This Fall

The fall season is here, which means that the holiday blues are just about to start!

There are tons of activities that our kids would want to do this holiday, but now days, most would probably involve gadgets and television shows. Why not surprise them with something different this fall? Try out our favorite fall family bonding ideas for kids and kids at heart!

Pumpkin-carving party!
Would the fall season even be complete without pumpkin-carving? Get those pumpkins ready, call your friends, gather the kids and let the pumpkin party begin!

Pumpkin Carving

Host an apple chips baking class.
Those little tummies are surely hungry after a long day of playing (like always!). Why not teach them how to make a simple yet healthy fall-themed snack? Making a bowl of homemade apple chips surely is enough to keep them busy and satisfied!

Have an alfresco family photo shoot.
What could be a better way of immortalizing the holiday fun than having it documented through photographs? Dress up, pick your favorite spots, and show off how beautiful the season could be -- and how better it is when spent with your family!

Enjoy a s’mores party!
Set up a little bonfire in your backyard or by your fireplace and get those marshmallows ready! Making s'mores is not only a delicious dessert but also a laid-back bonding time with your favorite people!

Smores Party

Stargaze.
Make the most of the perfect nighttime weather and relish the beauty of the night sky! Have a quick research about when would be best and what would be the visible constellations you’ll witness.

Set up a playground for your kids!
If you are too busy to visit the park to play every day, why not bring the park to your backyard? Let your kids enjoy a safe place to play with all the things they love: swings, seesaw, slide, and even trampolines. Check out these Pure Fun 
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We could show our kids that it is possible to enjoy the holidays without phones, computers or game consoles. At the end of the day, it’s still the good times you spent together that they will treasure and will make them look forward to the next ones.

But, of course, don’t forget to have a good time, too!

 

 

References:
Smores Recipe: https://www.allrecipes.com/recipe/22146/smores/
Home Made Apple Chips: https://www.shelovesbiscotti.com/homemade-oven-baked-apple-chips/

 


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