As the temperatures drop and leaves on the trees start changing their colours it’s time to share some autumn crafts for kids to make!
All of us have been doing projects related to this season – colours, fruits, animals and so on. Each grade has used a different technique:
We used coloured stamps on autumn drawings such as pumpkins, chestnuts, mushrooms and leaves. Once it dried, we pasted little tissue paper strips on top.
Moreover, we have been colouring with crayons and decorating with stickers of autumn animals: snails, squirrels, owls and hedgehogs.
We started learning the technique of puncturing with a punch and we punched a silhouette of a tree. Afterwards we stamped leaves with paint and cotton swabs for ears.
In addition, we painted real autumn leaves!
We drew mushrooms of different shapes, sizes and colours. Then we cut them up and stuck it on a paper painted in autumn colours.