Fall Bucket List – Revisited

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Now that Thanksgiving is almost here, it’s time to look at our Fall Bucket List and see what we did and what we missed.

I know Fall’s not over quite yet, but now that the Holiday season is upon us, we’ll be focusing more on Christmas and winter activities.

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1. Make apple pie playdough – This was the first thing we did and it was amazing.

2. Carve jack-o-lanterns 

3. Collect leaves and make leaf rubbings

4. Go on a hike

5. Visit an apple orchard – We were never able to find the time to go this year. But, we did go to a pumpkin patch instead!

6. Make candy corn sugar cookies – Yet we had plenty of other sweets in our house, maybe that’s why we never made the cookies.

7. Watch It’s The Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown – We did this a few times!

8. Make handprint turkeys

9. Drink apple cider – Again, we didn’t do this because we never went to the apple orchard.

10. Make a thankful tree

11. Make apple prints

12. Go on a scavenger hunt

13. Make spider masks

14. Make a fall garland

15. Make pumpkin bread

16. Go acorn collecting – It took several attempts, but we did finally find a few!

17. Do an owl craft

18. Make crock pot apple sauce – This was yummy and the house smelled heavenly all day!

19. Feed the birds

20. Make homemade Halloween cards

We did all but three items on our list and had lots of fun this Fall! I love having a bucket list each season and plan on making a winter one after the holidays are over.

So, you tell me, what should I put on our Winter Bucket List?

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Terri is a writer and mom of two elementary-aged girls. She has a passion for learning and is always looking for ways to make learning fun. You can find her here writing about fun learning activities, art, craft, and family fun ideas.

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