10 Fun Fall Crafts For Your Homeschool

If your family is anything like our family, fall symbolizes many wonderful things: entering into a new season of biblical feasts, a season of turnover and change, a season of thanksgiving and reflection of all the Lord has done throughout the year in our lives. We always love to settle in to this favorite season of ours with fun fall crafts in our homeschool. Today we want to share with you some great crafts that can help make family time that much more fun this fall season. Happy crafting!

If you appreciate folk art, then Folk Art Lessons from Grandma Moses art tutorial over at Harrington Harmonies would be an amazing fall craft for your family!

Grandma Moses Fall Landscape

Check out these Easy & Frugal Mod Podge Mosaic Candleholders at When You Rise Up. Not only are the frugal, but quite beautiful as well!

Easy & Frugal Mod Podge Mosaic Candleholders

DIY: Thanksgiving for the Birds over at Learning Table is sure to please all the bird loving families out there!

DIY Thankgiving for the Birds

Check out this adorable Easy Fall Handprint Craft over at Moms Mustard Seeds! We can’t wait to try this with our two youngest sons.

Easy Fall Handprint Craft

Look at this beautiful Fall Pumpkin Oil Pastel Resistant tutorial over at Starts at Eight! This is sure to appeal to the artist in all of us.

Fall Pumpkin Oil Pastel Resistant tutorial

Check out this adorable craft from Lalymom: Cutting Spider Practice. Your budding preschooler is sure to love this fun craft!

Cutting Practice Spider Preschool Activity for Kids from Lalymom

Who doesn’t love fall leaves? Check out these Leaf Place Mats over at This Reading Mama.

Making Leaf Place Mats

Looking for some easy tips on pumpkin decorating? Head on over to The Peaceful Mom and see her Easy Pumpkin Decorating tutorial.

Easy Pumpkin Decorating tutorial

Here is a great fall craft to work on those fine motor skills – Fall Paper Plate Cutout Wreath over at Golden Reflections Blog.

 Fall Paper Plate Cutout Wreath

Now that we are transitioning into a season with little flower growth – try this Pressed Flower Craft over at Just A Night Owl – to preserve some of the floral beauty!

Pressed Flower Craft

We hope that these crafts will get your creative juices flowing and lead to increased family time this fall season.


Michael & Carlie Kercheval @ Learning to Speak Life™

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  1. Thank you for including our Fall hand print activity. We are going to do it again today. It’s fun having the children create a new one each year and see how their hands grow over time. I can’t wait to try the rest of the ideas.

  2. Oh I love this! I am so excited to see them. I am sitting here sharing this with the family, geeking out over the different crafts, and my husband looks at our oldest and says lovingly, “Your Mama is silly, huh?” She looks at him and says, “Uh, huh.” I just had to share that part because it made me smile, and I wanted to say thank you we will have fun with these.

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