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First-Rate Fall Leaf Prints

First-Rate Fall Leaf Prints
First-Rate Fall Leaf Prints

Catch 'em while you can. Autumn is the ideal time to run outside and catch leaves as they fall. Your newly caught leaves can be turned into awesome kids' crafts for Thanksgiving. Paint your fallen leaves to make First-Rate Fall Leaf Prints. These prints are great activities for toddlers, preschool kids' crafts, and older kids' arts projects as well. They're really fun to paint, and it's totally cool to see your leaf turned into a picture. "Gotta catch 'em all!"

Time to CompleteOne hour

MaterialsPaper Crafts, Nature Crafts, Painting & Coloring

Age GroupToddlers, Preschool & Kindergarten, Elementary School, Pre-Teens, Teens

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Need some art for a wall in your home but do not want to spend a lot for it then why not use part of nature and gather up some fall leaves. Canvas art is in and I would use these leaves for it. Get your family together to find the leaves too and it will be a family fun time and the leaf prints will also have some family memories. I love this. So easy to do.

I remember making leaf prints when I was a child. We made them at home, while camping, and even at school. I have even done them as an adult. You can make beautiful cards, wrapping paper, and decorations with leaf prints. It is also educational. Children can learn about different leaves and the trees they come from while selecting the leaves to use. Fall is a great time to do this because you dont have to damage the trees by plucking their leaves. I wouldnt wait until too late in the fall to do them though. You want the leaves to still be fresh, not crumble apart in your work.


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