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Fall Wreath Craft for Kids

This fall wreath craft for kids is a super simple activity to help learn about fall. Starting with a fall leaf scavenger hunt, and ending with a beautiful craft, this is the perfect fall activity for kids of all ages.

To start this activity, you will need to go outside and collect leaves from fallen trees. The wreaths look best with leaves of all different sizes, shapes, and colors. You may need to go on a walk around the neighborhood or a local park to find leaves like this but the more colorful and different they are the better your wreaths will look!

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If you desire to keep your wreath in good shape for longer you may need to spray your finished wreath with an acrylic finishing spray. This will help the leaves to not crinkle up and rip or break as easily. A glitter acrylic spray is also a great option to add a little extra flair to your project.

For an additional fall project for kids be sure to also check out this apple stamping craft. Both of these activities are great for follow-up while learning all about Fall.

Leaf Wreath for Kids

Fall Wreath Craft for Kids


  • Paper plate
  • Scissors
  • Gluestick (or glue bottle)
  • Leaves of all shapes, colors, and sizes
  • Ribbon or string
  • Optional acrylic spray


  1. Using scissors, cut out a large hole in the middle of the paper plate to make your wreath shape.
  2. Cover the paper plate with a layer of glue using a glue stick or glue bottle.
  3. Stick leaves on the glue all around the plate, making sure to cover the surface of the plate with different leaves.
  4. Overlap and fill in any holes on the plate by adding glue to a few of the tops of the leaves and gluing additional leaves on top of it.
  5. Let dry and spray leaves with acrylic spray (if desired).
  6. Tie a piece of ribbon around the plate to hang.

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