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100 Autumn Activities for Kids - Free Printable

Autumn is officially upon us and now that the clocks have gone back and the nights are drawing in, you and your children may be at a loss of what to do to fill your spare time. But not to fear, here at Nannies Matter, we believe that the colder seasons only bring more fun. So much so, that we’ve put together the ultimate list of activities for you and your children to enjoy over the coming months.  

Simply print it out, pop it onto the fridge, and let the fun begin.

Download your free printable here.

  1. Go to a museum
  2. Visit a farm
  3. Go go-karting
  4. Visit a local park
  5. Go to a heritage centre
  6. Stomp on fallen leaves
  7. Visit Legoland
  8. Play crazy golf
  9. Watch a film
  10. Make a den
  11. Visit a castle
  12. Go geocaching
  13. Go on a nature walk
  14. Visit friends and family
  15. Take a trip to the theatre
  16. Collect conkers
  17. Go swimming
  18. Reorganise bedrooms
  19. Climb trees
  20. Forage for berries
  21. Arrange a playdate
  22. Learn origami
  23. Read a book
  24. Arrange a treasure hunt
  25. Make a crumble
  26. Make your own candles
  27. Have an indoor picnic
  28. Get a pen pal
  29. Join a library
  30. Carve pumpkins
  31. Feed the ducks
  32. Go on a bike ride
  33. Play '20 Questions'
  34. Make an autumnal wreath
  35. Hop on a train to a random destination
  36. Bake a treacle cake
  37. Play fancy dress for the day
  38. Find treasures in a charity shop
  39. Play a board game
  40. Stargaze and learn constellations
  41. Use disposable cameras
  42. Have a PJ and blanket day
  43. Help the kids to cook a meal
  44. Paint fallen leaves
  45. Make your own lanterns
  46. Fly a kite
  47. Visit an orchard
  48. Go bowling
  49. Have a movie night
  50. Learn a new language

51. Hold a family sports day
52. Have a BBQ
53. Make your own play dough
54. Draw on the pavement with chalk
55. Make a sensory jar
56. Tie dye T-shirts
57. Churn your own butter
58. Plant seeds
59. Make a meal for a homeless person
60. Have a pamper day
61. Volunteer
62. Bury a time capsule in the garden
63. Visit an outdoor cinema
64. Visit a historical site
65. Start a family book club
66. Donate unwanted toys and clothes
67. Learn how to knit or crochet
68. Grow sea monkeys
69. Look for and identify
70. Make friendship bracelets
71. Host a sleepover
72. Make pizzas from scratch
73. Visit a local market
74. Make sock puppets
75. Make a photo album or scrapbook
76. Make sculptures with kinetic sand
77. Collect rocks and paint them
78. Visit a pumpkin patch
79. Visit a local shelter
80. Make an autumn scrapbook
81. Try out some science experiments
82. Host a family talent show
83. Make Halloween decorations
84. Play a video game
85. Make papier-mâché heads
86. Splash in puddles
87. Make a garden obstacle course
88. Hunt for pinecones
89. Visit a trampoline park
90. Go rock climbing
91. Make homemade jam
92. Vlog your day
93. Visit a bonfire
94. Dig out the Lego
95. Make toffee apples
96. Make bird feeders
97. Rake the fallen leaves
98. Go trick or treating
99. Tell ghost stories at night
100. Make your own popcorn

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