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Fall Bucket List For Families Printable

Summer has come and gone and we’re slowly welcoming the change in seasons as we get ready to head back to school. The days are getting shorter and the temperature is getting cooler. It can obviously be a tough time for the kids as they re-adjust to the regular school routine.

Why not make autumn a fun time to look forward to with the ultimate fall bucket list for kids and the whole family. Autumn is one of my favourite seasons because it’s just so beautiful to see. The changing colors of the falling leaves and sips of hot cider and pumpkin picking, fall harvest festivals, there’s just so much to see and do with the family this fall. Check out these awesome fall activities for the whole family and print out a copy of our fall bucket list for the kids to work through.

a list of fall activities for kids and families including indoor and outdoor activities like pumpkin carving, hayrides and apple picking
Leaves and trees changing color in fall.

The Ultimate Fall Bucket List For Kids

  • Take a hayride
  • Go pumpkin picking
  • Escape a corn maze
  • Carve a pumpkin together
  • Roast pumpkin seeds
  • Go back-to-school shopping
  • Have a bonfire
  • Roast marshmallows
  • Make s’mores
  • Go on a fall nature walk
  • Collect leaves to make crayon imprint
  • Go apple picking
  • Jump in a big pile of leaves
  • Make an apple pie together
  • Try a new pumpkin recipe
  • Paint pumpkins
  • Make a fall wreath together
  • Make your own coordinated family Halloween costumes
  • Try a leaf craft
  • Drink apple cider
  • Have a family touch football game
  • Watch Hocus Pocus together
  • Go trick-or-treating
  • Tell scary stories
  • Take a scenic fall drive
  • Make candy apples
  • Visit a farmer’s market
  • Eat apple fritters
  • Have a fall scavenger hunt
  • Go to a fall festival or street fair
  • Make soup together
  • Learn to knit a scarf
  • Make your own candles
  • Go for an autumn hike
  • Make notes for each other about what you’re most thankful for
  • Pick a family novel for nightly reading cuddled in a blanket
  • Take autumn themed family photos
  • Watch the sunset over colourful trees
  • Collect and paint acorns
  • Build a cozy fort with pillows and blankets
  • Go horseback riding
  • Have an apple bobbing contest
  • Have a fall picnic at the park
  • Cook a family meal together
  • Play a board game
  • Make a scarecrow
  • Have a Halloween movie marathon
  • Play archery tag or lazer tag as a family
  • Wear matching flannels
  • Look for birds flying south for winter
  • Turn back the clock for daylight savings time
  • Make pumpkin bread
  • Learn about pioneers and pilgrims
  • Make a hearty stew
  • Make chili
  • Visit an orchard
  • Make a cornucopia centerpiece for Thanksgiving
  • Attend a fall harvest festival
  • Start a new fall tv series as a family
  • Learn about All Soul’s Day (All Saint’s Day) and the origins of Halloween
  • Have a Harry Potter Marathon (movie or books)
  • Cook a turkey
  • Make a donation to a food bank
  • Visit a haunted house
  • Visit a cabin or cottage
  • Make pine cone bird feeders
  • Try a new pumpkin spice recipe
  • Make apple chips
  • Go to a drive in movie
  • Make granola or trail mix
  • Do a giant puzzle together
  • Have a family game night
The ultimate autumn bucket list for the whole family like pumpkin picking, roasting pumpkin sees and watching leaves change color.

I hope you’ll print a copy of our fall family bucket list challenge and have fun family adventures making memories during this beautiful season. I hope you get to dress up for Halloween and all be kids again. I hope you remember this Thanksgiving Day that the best gift of all is family.

If you have some more great ideas to celebrate autumn I would love to hear it. Leave me a comment below!


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Thursday 17th of October 2019

I want my kids to look back at their childhood and be filled with fun memories of things that we did together as a family when they were kids. Then hopefully they can pass that tradition down to their own kids!

Lorena |

Thursday 29th of August 2019

What a great fall bucket list. We are already starting to do fall activities, so I am going to take some of these recommendations!

Angel | Mommy-ing Differently

Thursday 29th of August 2019

I love fall bucket lists! The first thing I saw was picking out a family novel to read every night. I’ve never heard of that as a family bucket list idea. I’m so doing this!

Jamie L. Reinhart

Wednesday 28th of August 2019

I love the activities!! I saw puzzles on there-I love doing large puzzles with the kiddos!

Lauren Stepek

Wednesday 28th of August 2019

Awesome ideas!

I am so looking forward to bonfires, smores and the pumpkin patch!!