Let your preschoolers get messy and create art without intent with these fun fall ideas!
Process art lets kids explore color, texture, shape, and the actual process of creating art without expectation of the outcomes. Which is a fancy way of saying that process art lets kids be kids and paint what they want. These 25 Autumn Process Art Ideas for Preschoolers are delightfully messy and your preschooler is going to love digging in and getting their hands dirty with these fun projects. Have fun!
This fun absorption art project will let kids make adorably messy turkeys!
Acorn art is abstract at its best. And these fall color choices will make for cute decorations!
This acorn suncatcher is going to look so beautiful in your window this fall!
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This gorgeous suncatcher uses real leaves, so your child will get to explore nature as they are creating art.
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These bubble print leaves are cute and so much fun to make.
Paper plate apples will give your child a chance to paint apples whatever colors they choose. And this one is an apple suncatcher, so you’ll be able to hang their art once it’s done!
This colorful branch can be painted by multiple preschoolers to make it a project they all can share.
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Use cookie cutters to make leaf shapes and more with your fall art projects.
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Dip a corn cob into paint and let your child roll it around in a paint tray for a unique art piece.
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This negative space art project celebrates the shape of leaves by applying the color around them and leaving the leaf shape open.
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Make art that can be utilized with this gorgeous fall coasters.
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Paint on leaves and press them to paper to create cards, or simple pictures to hang around your house.
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This falling leaf art feels like leaves falling from trees (and your child will love it!).
Who knew a crumpled up piece of tin foil could make such gorgeous fall trees?
Let your child explore nature and then make their own collage with this leaf collage project.
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These beautiful fall leaves are made out of coffee filters! You can fill up your home with color with this beautiful project.
Lego pieces will let your child paint ‘kernels’ onto their corn cobs with this awesome fall corn cob project.
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Use pinecones dipped in paint to let your child create a fun, colorful project that is also totally sensory-related.
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Or you can use slightly thinner paint to let them explore the paint itself as well as the pinecones.
You and your child will have so much fun with this pumpkin pie painting project.
Splash some color around with these splatter-painted leaves, and see what beautiful results you end up with!
This fall tree is made using tissue paper, and you aren’t going to believe the result!
Use crayon to create resistant art with these watercolor leaves.
Let your child explore their creative side by wrapping yarn around this apple.
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