Fall Wreath

Fall Wreath

Fall is in full swing and the leaves are so pretty this year! Today, I want to share an easy fall craft that will get you and your little one out of the house to enjoy the fall foliage!

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Materials Used

  • Paper Plate
  • Scissors
  • Leaves
  • Glue
  • A Small Strip of Wax Paper

We started by going out to hunt of leaves that had fallen in our yard. You can go to a local park or really any safe location to find your leaves!

After we found our leaves, we put them on a paper towel and let them dry for several hours. After they were dry, I cut out the center of the paper plate.

Next, I helped my toddler glue the leaves onto the paper plate ring!

After the glue dried, I turned it over and taped on a tiny piece of wax paper. Ribbon would have worked better, but I couldn’t find any! The finished product is a cute little fall wreath!

Book Suggestions

Little learners love to pair a book with a craft or activity!

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13 responses to “Fall Wreath”

  1. I love a good wreath on my door during the fall/winter seasons! Such a cute idea to have our little ones make a wreath to display as well. I like how you gave book suggestions to pair with this activity. As a former teacher I always did that with my students too.

  2. I love how easy it is to make this fall craft but definitely looks amazing! I’ll do this with my niece this time. Thank you!

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