100 family things to do in Autumn on a budget

Today – family things to do in Autumn on a budget

family things to do in Autumn on a budget

 

More  family things to do in Autumn on a budget

32.  Donate an autumn bundle of warm clothes to a local homeless shelter

33. Make an autumn wreath

34. Make a spooky sofa den

35.  Bird spot in your garden and keep a tally of the birds you see

36. Make back to school crafts

37. Visit your library and stock up on books

38. Make a scarecrow

39. Go to a harvest festival

40.  Go to a scarecrow festival ( these are often amazing!)

41, Photograph the tress as they change and watch the season unfold

42. Go puddle jumping

43. Walk in the woods

44. Buy a new board game from a thrift shop

45. Do a huge family jigsaw

46. Do some junk modelling from your recycling bin

47. Make a home for the hedgehogs

48. Go on a woodland walk and make a journey stick

49. Make some fabulous bat crafts

50. Try you hand at blackberry tie dye and make some blackberry lollies too

51. How about some non-scary monster crafting

52. Have a DVD swap with family friends

53.  Save your garden seeds

 

Even more family things to do in Autumn on a budget

54. Use up up your leftovers and make warm banana muffins

55. Wrap up warm and make the most of your local parks

56.  Make a yummy apple and cinnamon loaf

57. How about some clay pressing with natural materials

58. How about making an autumn Hama bead tea light holder

59. A leaf dream catcher is such a  lovely idea

60. Create an Autumn discovery bottle

61. Make yummy butternut squash soup

62. Try you hand at leaf printing

63. Welcome Autumn with open arms – write a family list of all the things you love about Autumn

64. Make autumn leaf bowls from clay

65. Create some autumn bunting to hang over your fireplace 0 include leaves of all colours, pinecones, feathers etc.

66. Make a nature craft bookmark

67. Craft a birthday card from leaves

68.  Make a spooky and super simple ghost craft for Halloween

69. Make an easy stop animation film with nature ( so much fun and easier than it sounds)

70. House swap with a friend who lives in another city for a thrifty October half term holiday

71. Make an autumn leaf crown

72. Feed the ducks

73. Take a family bike ride

74. Print out photos of your summer adventures and pop them into an album

75. Make your own  cinnamon play dough ( your house will smell heavenly!)

78. Make your home smell like autumn

79. Read 101 things to do on a rainy day

80. Pinecone painiting

81. Write an autumn poem

82. Make a leaf lantern

83. Do some autumnal colouring

84.Recycle a milk bottle into a ghost

85. Play this fabulous nuts game

86. How about a night walk?

87. A scavenger hunt in the woods

88. Visit your lovely national trust properties and take in the beautiful parklamds

89. You have to make an apple crumble it’s Autumn it’s in the rules!

90. Ooh and how about these watercolour leaf bookmarks

91. How about making fairy bottle with teeny tiny nature finds

92. Donate a food parcel to your local food bank and share your harvest

93.  Make some blackberry jam to have with toast and tea for Autumn suppers

94. make drought excluder snake from an old pair of tights to keep out the cold

95. Find a local, free, organised bonfire party to attend

96.  Stand under a tree in the wind and see who can catch the most leaves

97.   Try making these spooky spider plants

98. How about some chattering ghost bunting!

99. Ooh how about making a witches cauldron cake

100. Or  how about finding out how to make a twig boat !

 

I hope these family things to do in Autumn on a budget are enough to keep you busy!  happy Autumn everyone 🙂 If you want to learn How to stop being busy with other stuff so you can enjoy the good stuff take a read of my post

 

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100 family things to do in Autumn 32.  Donate an autumn bundle of warm clothes to a local homeless shelter 33. Make an autumn wreath 34. Make a spooky sofa den 35.  Bird spot in your garden and keep a tally of the birds you see 36. Make back to school crafts 37. Visit your library and stock up on books 38. Make a scarecrow 39. Go to a harvest festival 40.  Go to a scarecrow festival ( these are often amazing!) 41, Photograph the tress as they change and watch the season unfold 42. Go puddle jumping 43. Walk in the woods 44. Buy a new board game from a thrift shop 45. Do a huge family jigsaw 46. Do some junk modelling from your recycling bin 47. Make a home for the hedgehogs 48. Go on a woodland walk and make a journey stick 49. Make some fabulous bat crafts 50. Try you hand at blackberry tie dye and make some blackberry lollies too 51. How about some non-scary monster crafting 52. Have a DVD swap with family friends 53.  Save your garden seeds 54. Use up up your leftovers and make warm banana muffins 55. Wrap up warm and make the most of your local parks 56.  Make a yummy apple and cinnamon loaf 57. How about some clay pressing with natural materials 58. How about making an autumn Hama bead tea light holder 59. A leaf dream catcher is such a  lovely idea 60. Create an Autumn discovery bottle 61. Make yummy butternut squash soup 62. Try you hand at leaf printing 63. Welcome Autumn with open arms - write a family list of all the things you love about Autumn 64. Make autumn leaf bowls from clay 65. Create some autumn bunting to hang over your fireplace 0 include leaves of all colours, pinecones, feathers etc. 66. Make a nature craft bookmark 67. Craft a birthday card from leaves 68.  Make a spooky and super simple ghost craft for Halloween 69. Make an easy stop animation film with nature ( so much fun and easier than it sounds) 70. House swap with a friend who lives in another city for a thrifty October half term holiday 71. Make an autumn leaf crown 72. Feed the ducks 73. Take a family bike ride 74. Print out photos of your summer adventures and pop them into an album 75. Make your own  cinnamon play dough ( your house will smell heavenly!) 78. Make your home smell like autumn 79. Read 101 things to do on a rainy day 80. Pinecone painiting 81. Write an autumn poem 82. Make a leaf lantern 83. Do some autumnal colouring 84.Recycle a milk bottle into a ghost 85. Play this fabulous nuts game 86. How about a night walk? 87. A scavenger hunt in the woods 88. Visit your lovely national trust properties and take in the beautiful parklamds 89. You have to make an apple crumble it's Autumn it's in the rules! 90. Ooh and how about these watercolour leaf bookmarks 91. How about making fairy bottle with teeny tiny nature finds 92. Donate a food parcel to your local food bank and share your harvest 93.  Make some blackberry jam to have with toast and tea for Autumn suppers 94. make drought excluder snake from an old pair of tights to keep out the cold 95. Find a local, free, organised bonfire party to attend 96.  Stand under a tree in the wind and see who can catch the most leaves 97.   Try making these spooky spider plants 98. How about some chattering ghost bunting! 99. Ooh how about making a witches cauldron cake 100. Or  how about finding out how to make a twig boat !   Enough to keep you busy!  happy Autumn everyone :-)   Pin for later.....         Save Save Save Save Save Save Save Save Save Save Save Save Save Save Save Save

6 Comments

  1. September 5, 2017 / 8:40 pm

    what a fantastic list! so many amazing crafts and recipes and things to do, Love it
    thank you for including me x

  2. September 6, 2017 / 11:00 am

    This is a fab list! Love our library visits in the autumn.

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      September 11, 2017 / 8:57 am

      Oh yes!

  3. October 27, 2017 / 9:07 pm

    This is a brilliant list! I’m quite pleased we’ve already done a few of these but will save this for later and make sure we do a few more of them over the Autumn 🙂

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