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Fun Fall Activities for Toddlers

Now that I’m back home, I really wanted to get Hudson in the spirit of Fall.  The best way to do that is arts and crafts!  That is honestly his favorite time of day.  I try and set aside time for us to do fun crafts like this when baby is taking a nap, and yesterday we made sure to make the most of it.  Here are the 

Fun Fall Activities for Toddlers

Fun Fall Activities for Toddlers Fun Fall Activities for Toddlers Fun Fall Activities for Toddlers

You will need: 

Fun Fall Activities for Toddlers

To craft: 

  1. Set out all of the ingredients, except for the Wet Ones®, outside so he/she can make as much of a mess as he/she wants. 
  2. Tell them to go wild!  There were no rules except don’t put paint on Mommy.  I loved seeing his creativity soar.  We painted pumpkins, used them as stamps, painted the leaves and even used them as stencils!  Then he started using dirt as glitter and it got extra dirty but the laughs and fun were worth it! 
  3. Use Wet Ones® wipes for clean up! 

Fun Fall Activities for Toddlers

I always have a pack of these Wet Ones® wipes in my purse or diaper bag.  As many of you know, Hudson loves to get dirty and Henley’s not much better.  These antibacterial wipes insure that my kids can have fun and I can still kill 99.99% of germs afterwards.  Ain’t no one got time for sick kids!  Both of my children have my fair and sensitive skin, but have never had a reaction from using these wipes.  That’s because they’re hypoallergenic and contain both lanolin AND aloe.  Thank you, Wet Ones®, for making sure my kids can have fun and stay clean!


This post is sponsored by Single Edition Media on behalf of Wet Ones®. I have received product or an incentive from the brand.

11 Responses

  1. Oh what fun! I miss doing these projects with my son but soon I can do them with my nephew! I think pumpkin painting is a great idea and using Wet Wipes to clean up is pretty in genius! Great fall craft Mama!

  2. I bought glow in the dark paint to let my girls use on their pumpkins and they are so so excited! And I love the leaf stamping:) fall is just overloaded sensory fun- and I’m a huge proponent for using wipes to clean every craft!

  3. Love this idea! I was actually wanting to do some fun fall activities with my toddler. Last year she was too young to do anything like this. I will have to buy a couple of extra small pumpkins from the patch this year. Thanks for sharing!

  4. So cute!! Glitter spray paint may be an option so you don’t have to deal with glitter smashed into everything next time.
    I think my boys would love this craft time!