Fall Books and Activities
Here are some fun Fall books to read with your kids with links to projects perfect for some Saturday afternoon family time. This list inspired by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich at Read Brightly
Create your own paper farm, starting with this papier-mache hen project.
Prepare for any future camping trips by making firestarters!
Don't have time to make pie? Try making cinnamon apple rings instead.
This Thanksgiving, in addition to the turkey and pumkin pie, add one of these wild rice recipes.
Make a day of it; read the book, take a nature walk to discover 'leaf men' in the wild, and then make leaf alphabet collage cards.
Here's a perfect outlet for all those single gloves that have lost their mate and a rainy Fall afternoon, create a stuffie from a glove!
Have the kids use acorn caps and pinecones to create a Fall centerpiece for the dinner table -- then create stories over supper.
This brief book explores historical and contemporary native american games. For rules and a supply list for many games check out this page on the State of North Dakota website.