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Autumn is a wonderful season! It is a chance to enjoy the unique beauty of autumnal nature: bright summer colors intertwined with the brooding, gray landscape of the approaching colds. It is also a time for peace, reflection, and leisurely walks.
Autumn has its own character, its own rules, and many unique activities.
Here are the top 6 most exciting things we recommend to do during fall:
Pumpkin decor. The pumpkin carving tradition is one of the most fun things to do in the fall! You don't have to wait for Halloween to practice decorating your house with pumpkins. This is a great activity for a family evening or for hanging out with friends. You don’t have to carve the pumpkin; you could also use it as a canvas for your ideas. Practice ahead of time to delight your friends with your awesome painted pumpkins!
Hide & Seek. It doesn't matter what other people say — this serious strategy game isn't just for kids! Don't believe us? Then try sneaking away from your kids or hiding from the dog! Think ahead about your strategy and find the largest pile of leaves to practice your invisibility skill!
Horror movie night. You can think of this as phase one in your Halloween preparations. Get together with your friends for a horror movie marathon! If you are not a fan of horror movies, you can replace the horror movie night with a Star Wars marathon.
Don’t forget to restock the coffee in advance and warn your boss that you may be a little late for work — the night will be long!
When there is such beauty around and the local park beckons for a walk, it becomes more difficult to reason with a child's enthusiasm. How can you keep your little fidgeter busy so that they don't get new bruises and scratches? Keep them occupied with these useful fall season activities!
Here are ideas for a few things to do in autumn to engage your child:
Create handmade autumn postcards. This activity tops the list of autumn things to do for a reason. Resources for this type of craft are available only in the fall. That's why we recommend you hurry up, so that you have time to enjoy properly this wonderful type of autumn creativity with your kids. It is very easy to make autumn cards: while in a park or square, collect a bouquet of autumn leaves. Color each leaf with markers and attach it to a piece of paper so that a colorful print remains on it. Add a greeting or wish over the print. Done, your unique autumn card is ready!
Construct a forestden. This kind of fun requires not only a lot of enthusiasm, but also a lot of preparation. This is a real serious adventure in the style of Indiana Jones! Finding a natural awning frame can take a little time; you need to find a fallen tree or branches growing low enough to the ground. Then collect a sufficient number of fallen branches, sticks, and leaves in order to then create the walls of your lair.
Feed animals and birds. This is not only fun, but it’s also a noble occupation, because you help little animals to find food. It is very simple to do this: just go for a walk in the forest, having previously stocked up on appropriate treats that are safe for wild animals to eat. It is better to look for animals in a remote part of the forest, where it is not so crowded. Even if you are not lucky enough to meet a squirrel or a hedgehog, you can definitely treat sparrows and pigeons to some seeds.
Max is a professional illustrator and a big fan of Victo Nagi's talent. Before finding his own style, he experimented with different techniques, from collage to acrylic strings. Max loves challenging projects and a bright palette, he prefers to do illustrations for fiction books.
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