Amy Johnson

Amy Johnson

Autumn Checklist: A Free Printable Just For You!

It’s September and that means Autumn is on its way! I say “on its way because here in North Central Texas September is still a month of ninety degree weather, shorts and flip flops, but that doesn’t mean we can’t welcome in the essence of Autumn… right?

We are a homeschooling family and my kiddos are teenagers. These two facts can make staying sedentary really easy, especially during the fall and winter. When they were little all I had to was grab them and take them to the park. Now-a-days, not so much. So how do we fight the boredom blues? Wellll….

…. after a brainstorming session with my biglittles, we created a list of things we want to do this fall. I took our top ten favs and created a free printable for anyone who may need some autumn activity inspiration.

Oh! I have also included links below to help you with each of these autumn activities. Just scroll down past the graphic to find them!

Autumn Checklist Free Printable

For fall decor ideas, click here.
For some tasty tailgating treats, click here.
To find some great apple-picking orchards just Google “apple-picking near” and type in the name of your city.
For a super easy apple cider recipe, click here.
Click here to get a mouthwatering apple pie recipe.
In my opinion, the leaves-jumping thing is a great way to have fun and get a chore done! What do you think?
This website has some great pumpkin carving tips.
Ask the Google about hay rides close to you!
Ask the Google about fall festivals too. You can also check your city’s calendar. Sometimes you’ll find lots of fun stuff to do that you didn’t even know they offered!
The how-to for stuffing your scarecrow can be found right here.

Now I want to hear from you! What are some of your favorite things to do during the fall season? Share them with me in the comments!

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