Toddlertober: 31 Easy Peasy Fall Activities to Keep You and Your Toddler Entertained This October
Can you believe it? October is right around the corner, which means Halloween isn’t too far off, which means Christmas will be here tomorrow.
If you are anywhere as hypoactive as I am, you have already started your fall activities, and have probably already gotten your stocking stuffers.
Don’t fret if you haven’t, you are probably way more relaxed and enjoying your everyday moments a lot more than I am. Also, I’ve got your back. There is no need to plan your fall toddler activities whatsoever because you have just landed on Toddlertober‚ thirty-one days of easy peasy activities to keep you and your toddler entertained this fall.
The best part is that the majority of these activities require minimal effort or money. They are activities that can be done in your backyard or town. It does require a little research on your behalf to explore your town’s fall culture.
Get out on the town, or in your backyard and get active with these activities. And if I panicked you into thinking about Christmas already, you can start with some clever stocking stuffers to time hop your children back to the 90s here.
Happy fall, my friends.
Go on a fall stroll
2. Visit nearby historic towns
3. Visit local pumpkin patch
4. Go on a hay ride
5. Go through a corn maze- hold on to mommy and daddy’s hands!
6. Go to local Home Depot/ Lowes and walk through their Halloween section
7. Go to a sports game
8. Dress up ridiculously cute, and take a fall photo shoot!
9. Go on free-range running spree, and explore the land, mosquito free (hopefully they are gone by now)
10. Take fur-siblings on a new path
11. Go for a fall morning run with mom or pops
12. Whip out your fall skills with some toddler-friendly fall sensory and fine motor crafts—-> See more here.
13. Go on a nature walk and learn about all of the fall surroundings
14. Learn about Fall in Spanish—->
15. Get nitty and gritty with the leaves
16. Become one with nature
17. Visit an animal farm
18. Play on a tractor
19. Make Halloween Crafts—>
20. Go on a train ride
21. Get brave at a new park
22. Help make some fall food.
23. Carve a pumpkin
24. Help mom make a pumpkin pie, and lick the batter while you’re at it
25. Pumpkin Seed Scoop/ sensory play
26. Make Pumpkin Seeds
27. Check out local fall fests
28. Drink Hot Chocolate
(Add some ice for the tot, of course.)
29. Have a fall-festive play date
30. Explore local nooks and crannies in your town
31. Go trick or treating and get all the candy that you can!!!
Happy toddlertobber, we hope you enjoy your fall festive activities!