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Embrace The Changing Seasons With This Printable Fall Activity Bucket List

Oct 11, 2018

Fall is officially here, which means cooler weather, falling leaves, nature crafts and loads of time outdoors. Making a seasonal ‘bucket list’ has become a little bit of a tradition in our home, and this printable fall bucket list covers everything from splashing in puddles to making a big pot of homemade soup, to whipping up spiced play dough and visiting the farmer’s market. Most of the items on the list are either free or inexpensive and you can do as many or as little as you like.


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Just click the image below to print off the Printable Fall Bucket List PDF, pop it up onto the fridge or wall with pretty washi tape, and you’ll all set! Check the activities off as you complete them.

 

Colourful fall bucket list that lists of activities to do during this time of year

You can also forgo using the printable all together and choose one of the ideas below to write on your family chalkboard or whiteboard each day. Whichever way you choose to do it, you and your little ones are bound to enjoy a fall full of fun this year.


Fall Bucket List

  • Pick apples.
  • Collect pretty leaves.
  • Splash in puddles.
  • Make apple sauce.
  • Make a donation to the food bank.
  • Take a long walk on a cool day.
  • Borrow fall books from the library.
  • Drink hot apple cider.
  • Paint leaves.
  • Go on a fall nature scavenger hunt.
  • Create a fall leaf crown.
  • Make soup.
  • Open the windows and let the crisp air in.
  • Collect pinecones and paint them.
  • Make autumn spice play dough.
  • Bake a pie.
  • Decorate the front porch.
  • Visit a pumpkin patch.
  • Take a drive.
  • Ride bikes.
  • Jump in a pile of leaves.
  • Carve pumpkins.
  • Watch a fall movie.
  • Bake something with pumpkin in it.
  • Go to the farmer’s market.
  • Roast pumpkin seeds.
  • Go on a hayride.
  • Make bird seed cookies.
  • Make maple spice steamers.
  • Take a family photo outdoors. 

And for a fall bucket list with a more minimalist aesthetic, pop over and check out our Printable Black and White Autumn Bucket List that can be coloured by your kiddos if desired.

Article Author Jen Kossowan
Jen Kossowan

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Jen is a teacher, blogger, and mama to a spirited little lady and a preemie baby boy. She's passionate about play, loves a good DIY project, adores travelling, and can often be found in the kitchen creating recipes that meet her crunchy mama criteria. You can follow Jen on her blog, Mama.Papa.Bubba, and on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and Instagram.

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