10 Stunning Fall Art Projects Your Kids Will Crush

Inside: You'll find links to 10 beautiful fall art projects that your students in Grades 1 to 3 can create.

With crisp, cool mornings, warm afternoon sun, red and golden leaves, and just a hint of wood smoke in the air, Autumn is easily my favourite time of year.

All school year long I set aside one afternoon a week for my kids to work on an art project. Fall art is especially beautiful with a predominance of rich reds, oranges and golden hues.

I thought it would be good for my soul and perhaps helpful for you if I rounded up 10 of my favourite projects.

If you click on the links below you'll be taken to the various blogs where you can find directions for these lovely art works.

10 Beautiful fall art projects for kids in Grade 1 to 3. These are so gorgeous you'll want to try them all!

10 Art Projects for Grades 1 to 3

  1. Fall Landscape Collages by Cassie Stephens 

  2. Fall Inchies Project by That Artist Woman

  3. Spider on a Web by Art Teacher in LA

  4. Fall Scarecrow with Overlap by Mrs. Jackson's Art Room (scroll down a bit to see the scarecrow then click on the image for a lesson plan)

  5. Fall Reflections by Elements of the Art Room

  6. Brown Bear in the Fall by Grade Onederful

  7. Polka Dot Pumpkins by Candice Ashment

  8. Van Gogh Sunflowers by What's Happening in the Art Room?

  9. Warm and Cool Swirling Leaves by mrspicasso's art room

  10. Fall Trees by That Artist Woman

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Your Turn

Do you have a favourite fall art project? Is it one of these or one of your own. I'd love to hear about it in the comments below.


  1. Don't you just love fall art? Definitely my favorite! Thanks for sharing :)
    Kindergarten Creativity

  2. Oh! Those trees would really inspire kiddos! I make calendars with the kids, featuring their artwork, for parents at the holidays. This would make a perfect project for October or November! Thanks for the inspiration.

  3. Barbara...thanks for the note! I am following your blog now too! I love the fall trees and am going to hop over to the site and check out those trees. Would love to do something like this with my firsties!

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