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Fall is a great time for preschoolers to explore their creative side! Whether it’s through arts and crafts or fun activities, there are plenty of ways for kids to get excited about fall. At Stepping Stones Child Care in The Woodlands, TX, we have a wide variety of activities that your preschooler can enjoy this season. Let’s take a look at some of our most popular options.

Pumpkin Painting Activity

This activity is perfect for younger children as it encourages creativity while also teaching the importance of color mixing. To start off the activity, provide several small pumpkins in different colors. Then give each student a paintbrush and two different colors of paint. After they’ve chosen their pumpkins and colors, let them go wild! The result will be a colorful display of unique pumpkin creations that your little ones can proudly show off to their friends.

Autumn Leaf Collage

This is an excellent way to teach kids about nature while also engaging in meaningful art projects. Start by collecting fallen leaves from around your yard (or nearby park). Then give each student glue and construction paper or poster board and invite them to create a collage using these materials. Encourage them to use the leaves to make shapes or even recreate entire scenes from nature! They will be proud when they’re done with this project, so make sure you hang up their work around the classroom for all to admire.

Apple Printing

The classic apple printing activity never gets old! Cut an apple in half and have each child dip it into paint before printing it onto paper or cardboard. Kids will love seeing how the prints come out differently every time they press down on the apple halves–plus they get a yummy snack afterwards! You can also use other fruits like oranges or pears as well if you want to switch things up.

Leaf Rubbings

Head outside with some paper and crayons (or colored pencils). Have your child select a few leaves from the ground that are still attached to their branches. Place the paper over each leaf and use a crayon or colored pencil to rub over it until an outline of the leaf appears on the paper. Ask your child questions about what type of leaf they chose or what color it is. This activity helps children observe nature up close as well as practice their fine motor skills.

Visit Stepping Stones Child Care Today to Learn More!

Fall offers plenty of opportunities for preschoolers to express themselves through art projects and activities. At Stepping Stones Child Care in The Woodlands, TX, we offer all sorts of fun options that are sure to keep your little one engaged throughout the season! There’s something for everyone here at Stepping Stones! Contact us today at 281-298-5838 if you’re interested in enrolling your child in our fall program–we’d love to have you join us!

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