🍂Do you remember how, as a child, you collected autumn leaves, chestnuts, and acorns? 🍁 And made them into people and autumn compositions? Do you do this now with your children? If not, then try it, because autumn hikes in forests and parks are excellent family entertainment. 🍄🍁 What is essential is that it is also safe in a pandemic!
⤵Let us tell you about our ten favorite creative autumn activities (apart from the creation of chestnut people)
1. Go on a leaf hunt. 🍁🍂
2. Create an Autumn Leaf Suncatcher – tape a large piece of a clear, self-adhesive covering on a window and stick your collection of leaves onto it. 🌦
3. Make an autumn tree on the wall or a big piece of cardboard. Use leaves and other autumn treasures, as well as paint and your fingertips!
4. Play board games. 🎲
5. Do some autumn cooking – it’s great for kids and grown-ups. See what autumn dishes you can cook out of pumpkins – pumpkin cream soup or vinegar marinated pumpkins are only two examples. An apple or pumpkin pie might also be a great idea! 🍎🥮
6. Do you have a garden? If yes, plant some bulbs for the following spring. 🌻
7. If you’re not scared easily, take a ghost tour or visit an old cemetery. 💪
8. Go on a bike ride in the country. 🚲
9. Go apple or plum picking. 🍏
10. Make mulled wine. 🍷
👉We’re curious about which idea you like best!