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Inspire young readers with these book inspired crafts for autumn. From squirrels and leaves to pumpkins and turkeys, we’ve got it all on this list!
I love books. I love reading them, teaching with them, and crafts/activities inspired by them. Autumn is rich with themes that your kids are going to love reading about. Squirrels, leaves, acorns, pumpkins, and turkeys to name a few.
The book inspired crafts featured below will work for kids of all different ages. So, scroll through them all to see which ones work best with your grade/age level.
Book-Inspired Kids Crafts for Fall
• Monsters say Halloween to me even if the book isn’t specifically Halloween. Young readers can create their own “what if monster” based on the book Jonathan James and the Whatif Monster. (Artsy Momma)
• Where the Wild Things Are is great any time of year, but it’s always fun to read about “wild things” near Halloween. After reading it to your kids, set up this Wild Things Scented Monster Play Dough activity. See what kind of wild things your kids can create! (Preschool Powol Packets)
With so many wonderful options, which book inspired crafts will you choose first?