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Fall Cereal Tree Craft for Kids

Autumn is my favorite season! Every year, we drive through the country to see all of the pretty leaves changing colors. When we get home, we love to fill our house with yellow, orange, and red colored fall crafts like this super cute and easy-o-make Fall Tree Craft. This autumn tree craft usese creal for a fun pop in this fall tree craft preschool, toddler, pre-k, and kindergarten in September and October.

super cute and easy-o-make Fall Tree Craft. This autumn tree craft usese creal for a fun pop in this fall tree craft preschool, toddler, pre-k, and kindergarten in September and October.

Autumn tree craft

This adorable and easy fall craft for kids uses fruit loops, fall cheerios, or any other autumn colored cereal in yellow, orange, red, and brown to make a really pretty fall tree craft. This cereal craft is a fun project to make with just a few simple materials. This fall craft for preschoolers, toddlers, and kindergartners is fun to eat and snack on too Рwhich will delight little ones. They love making crafts with food!

Fall tree craft

Whether you are a parent, teacher, or homeschooler you will love this easy fall tree craft to decorate your homes and welcome fall! All you need to complete this simple fall craft are a few materials you probably already have on hand.
brown construction paper, fruit loops cereal, glue, and scissors

Fall craft for preschoolers

All you need to make this easy fall tree craft are the following materials:

  • Brown Construction Paper
  • Blue Construction Paper
  • Scissors
  • Glue
  • Fruit Loops

This no-prep activity is not only easy but it’s inexpensive to create too. You may have all of the supplies at home already or you can purchase everything you need at a dollar store.

glue brown rectangle pieces onto blue construction paper to make fall tree

Fall craft for toddlers

Before making this Fall tree craft, we read books about the season like Why Do Leaves Change Color? and talk about why the leaves change colored and fall off the tree. You can even try our Why do Leaves Change Color Experiment for a easy science project kids will be AMAZED by!

To begin making the craft, cut the brown construction paper into a variety of different size rectangles or strips.

To help children who haven’t developed their fine motor skills or hand muscle strength yet, provide your children with hand over hand support while cutting out the rectangles.

Next, glue the rectangles onto a pieces of blue construction paper to create a tree without any leaves.

glue fruit loops cereal color by color onto fall tree; or you can use pom poms, circle stickers, do-a-dot makers, or little pieces of paper

Cereal Crafts

While the glue dries, sort the Fruit Loops by color and place the red, yellow, and orange cereal pieces in a separate pile or small bowl.

Instead of using Fruit Loops, you can also use pomp poms, colored paper circles, or dot stickers.

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Fall Craft for Kindergarten

Then, glue the Fruit Loops on the branches of the tree for the red, yellow, and orange leaves. Also, glue some cereal pieces on the bottom of the blue paper to make piles of leaves.

This Fall Colored Cereal Tree Craft is a fun and create way to learn about leaves changing colors and celebrate the beginning of Fall.

leaf watercolor salt painting fall leaf art Fall Craft for Preschoolers Celebrate Autumn with a beautiful fall leaves craft making simple, but stunning leaf crafts using coffee filters to make vibrant suncatchers!

Leaf Crafts for Kids

Looking for more fun fall craft projects? Check out these fun ideas:

super cute, free printable, fall craft for preschoolers - leave, apple, and pumpkin hat crafts beautiful Leaf Wreath Printable Fall Craft to share with you. This Leaf Wreath Craft for Kids is great for toddlers, preschoolers, kindergarteners, grade 1, grade 2, grade 3, and grade 4 students. Use the free leaf template to make your own leaves even before the leaves in your own back yard start changing outside! Fall Leaf Prints with Markers Here is a super cute fall craft for kids using packing peanuts! This simple to make Styrofoam Peanuts Fall Crafts for Toddlers and Preschoolers uses red, orange, yellow, brown, and green leaves to make a colorful 3d craft. This autumn craft produces such beautiful results with a unique look and texture that is fun to play. Great for preschool, pre k, kindergarten, first grade, and 2nd grade students.

Fall Crafts for Kids

scarecrow-cvc-words-preschool-kindergarten-first-grade Looking for some quick and easy fall coloring pages? You will love these simple free coloring sheets perfect for toddler, preschool, pre k, kindergarten, first grade, and 2nd grade students to enjoy this Autumn. Simply print pdf file, print coloring sheets with pumpkins, scarecrows, bales of hay, etc. and colour! fall playdough mats fall do a dot printables

Fall Printables

Fall Color Words Emergent Reader Looking for a fun fall activity that is no-prep because it uses free printable fall worksheets? This super cute Fall I Spy is a great way to have fun, work on visual discrimination, and work on counting too. This I spy fall printable is great for preschool, pre-k, kindergarten and even first grade and 2nd grdaers. Simply print free fall printables and you are ready to play and learn! Super cute alphabet activity for preschoolers and kindegartnerrs - candy corn phonics puzzles Get outdoors, getting exercise, sunlight, and exploring nature with these FUN, free printable Fall Nature Scavenger Hunt Printables. Students will learn to become observant of the world around them as they enjoy these fall scavenger hunts for toddler, preschool, pre k, kindergarten, first grade, 2nd grade, and 3rd grade students.

Fall Activities for Kindergarten

skip counting fall worksheets Free Sticker Addition Math Worksheets If you are looking for a fun, hands-on fall math activity, you are going to love this Candy Corn Math! These free printable Candy Corn Multiplication and candy corn division puzzles make it fun for 3rd and 4th grade students to sneak in some fun math practice during October and November! We love educational activities and free math games to make learning fun! Free Fall Color by Number Worksheets

Fall Math

pumpkin alphabet phonics game parts-of-a-pumpkin-craft-and-free-pumpkin-printables Make practicing reading fun with these super cute, free printable pumpkin Word Family Sliders! Learning to read rhyming words is the first step towards learning to read. This pumpkin printable is perfect for preschool, pre k, kindergarten, and first grade students to make learning fun. Each word family printable has not only the word, but a picture clue too! FREE Pumpkin Math Activity - fun addition math practice for prek, kindergarten, and first graders during October for a pumpkin themed educational activity #pumpkin #addition #kindergarten

Pumpkin Activities for Kids

Amaze your kids with this colorful apple science project! This apple experiment is quick, easy, and the perfect apple activity for kids of all ages from toddler, preschool, pre-k, kindergarten, and first graders. All you need are a 2 simple materials for this apple science experiment that is sure to delight and teach yougn children. Use this apple activities for your upcoming apple theme preschool or as an engaging activities for September. Beginning Sounds Apple Book red apple slime  Really pretty, fun-to-make, EASY apple crafts for kids. Try this fall craft for preschoolers and kindergarten in September.

Apple Activities for Kids

About the author

Beth Gorden

Beth Gorden is the creative multi-tasking creator of 123 Homeschool 4 Me. As a busy homeschooling mother of six, she strives to create hands-on learning activities and worksheets that kids will love to make learning FUN! She has created over 1 million pages of printables to help teach kids ABCs, science, English grammar, history, math, and so much more! Beth is also the creator of 2 additional sites with even more educational activities and FREE printables - www.kindergartenworksheetsandgames.com and www.preschoolplayandlearn.com

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