Calling all Fall Lovers!! Fall is officially here, and we have the inspiration you need to celebrate! We rounded up some of our favorite fall activities we love to do with our Life Skills Program attendees. You won’t be-leaf how fun they are and easily adaptable for all abilities! Scroll down to see for yourself!
Nothing is better than going outside for some movement. Scratch that- nothing is better than going outside DURING FALL for some movement! Not only does a nature walk allow Individuals to engage in some exercise, but it’s a great way to enjoy the crisp air and to observe how their surroundings might be changing during the new season. Allow Individuals to collect some leaves, pinecones, or branches and turn them into an art project!
Individuals used branches and paint to create a fall landscape.
Apples are synonymous with Fall. Back to school apples, apple orchids, apple picking, apple cider and our favorite, caramel apples. Cooking is an essential skill for Individuals with disabilities to learn. Teach a lesson on cooking caramel and allow individuals to decorate their apples and of course, enjoy! Too sticky? You can also test your baking skills with a nice apple pie!
3.Create a Fall Wreath
Literally welcome fall with a wreath for your front door! You can use a paper plate and tissue paper, a hoop and yarn or use those items you collected on your nature walk to create a beautiful fall wreath!
Happy Fall, everyone!