Last week I mentioned I want my family to experience this time of year, not just as dates on the calendar, but as an opportunity to use all of our senses to really savor the season.
I thought it would be fun to list some of the different ways we can experience the sights, sounds, smells, textures, and tastes of Autumn with our kids.
What Does Autumn LOOK Like?
The hallmark of Autumn is the changing colors of the leaves, of course. This provides opportunities to create leaf rubbings and other leaf related crafts. We can rake leaves together, which naturally leads to jumping in leaf piles!
Yesterday, we made a map of our backyard. The kids and I have been talking about the trees in our yard and what they look like now versus what they looked like a few short weeks ago. We wonder what they will look like in the Winter time.