Find art lessons and craft activities for Autumn and fall including: Back to School, Thanksgiving and Halloween. Plus, even more activities for SEPTEMBER, OCTOBER and NOVEMBER special days.
Kids can make wiggly spiders using their own handprints.
Students can make a handprint turkey using seeds, beans and grains.
Ages: 2-5 yrs, 5-8 yrs, 8-11 yrs
Grades: Preschool, K-2, Grades 3-5
Levels: ECE, Primary, Junior
You can make poppies using heart shapes.
Ages: 5-8 yrs, 8-11 yrs, 11-14 yrs
Grades: K-2, Grades 3-5, Grades 6-8
Levels: Primary, Junior, Middle School
Face paint is inexpensive when you make it yourself, and it’s safer than a mask that can obscure vision. Try these ghoulish recipes yourself!
Don’t throw away those empty juice boxes! Save several of them to make cute Jack O’Lanterns for Halloween. This would be a fun Halloween party project.
Leah McBane shares some creative ways you and your students and children can use natural paints.
Ages: 2-5 yrs, 5-8 yrs, 8-11 yrs, 11-14 yrs, 14 yrs+
Grades: Preschool, K-2, Grades 3-5, Grades 6-8, Grades 9-12
Levels: ECE, Primary, Junior, Middle School, High School
Students will use leaves and twigs to create leaf people.
Ages: 2-5 yrs, 5-8 yrs
This Jack-O-Lantern is easy for your kids to create (with a little help from you) and it is safe for your kids to carry around (no fire hazards).
Find thirty-one ways to decorate pumpkins without putting little fingers at risk.
Kids can make simple no-sew Thanksgiving Pilgrim Dolls.
Make creepy or cute critters out of old paint cans!
Ages: 5-8 yrs, 8-11 yrs, 11-14 yrs, 14 yrs+
Grades: K-2, Grades 3-5, Grades 6-8, Grades 9-12
Levels: Primary, Junior, Middle School, High School
Gather some rocks and paint to create ghosts, spiders, jack-o-lanterns and more for Halloween.
A step by step lesson plan which shows you how to make trees out of paper bags.
I love the idea of breathing new life into old items, which is why I think these little green monsters made of soap and raisin boxes are so fantastic.
These little mummy cups are so sweet and while I wouldn’t recommend drinking out of them, they would make ideal containers for candies, pencils or glow sticks.
Learn how to make colorful paper marigolds.
Students can make this spooky cat using paint and a paper plate.
Ages: 5-8 yrs, 8-11 yrs
Grades: K-2, Grades 3-5
Levels: Primary, Junior
Beautiful step-by-step lesson plan packs created by KinderArt for children in grades K-6