Look, I get it.

Between the hustle and bustle of life and keeping the kiddos entertained, things can get a tad overwhelming.

Sometimes, all we need is a simple, fun fall art project for kids to keep their little hands busy and their minds creatively buzzing, especially when inspiration’s running low.

Guess what? I’ve got just the thing!

Imagine your child’s joy painting a cute dog wrapped up in a cozy sweater. It’s all the fall vibes.

Supplies You Need:

  • watercolors
  • paintbrush
  • 12×18 sulphite paper
  • oil pastels

Easy peasy, right?

What You’ll Love About This Fall Art Project

  • Quality Time: It’s a great way to bond. Pull up a chair, grab your own art supplies, and join in!
  • For the Independent Kiddos: Got a slightly older one? Let them dive in solo with the tutorial. Trust me, it’s a screen-time you can feel good about.
  • Autumn Galore: Nothing screams fall like pumpkins, colorful leaves, and… dogs in sweaters?

Now, the best part? This draw-along is just the beginning.

We’ve got two more elementary fall art projects up our sleeve leading to a fantastic multi-step diorama.

Yep, an art journey your little one will be super proud of and you’ll love!

Hint hint…it’s time to start thinking about grandparent gifts.

Homeschool Fall Art Project for Kids

After you finish the art project, why not expand the hands-on learning with a fall crafts. We’ve gathered a list of 20 of our favorites from some of our favorite bloggers.

I’ve been there – not always sure what to do next for hands-on art learning. That’s why I’m sharing this gem.

Plus, you can always try out our free lesson first. No strings attached.

We’re sending along a super helpful drawing guide ready for you. In case your dachshund drawing skills are a bit rusty.

Choose from our autumn-themed read along suggestions, recipes and snacks, and unit studies to round it all out if you’d like.

So, if you’re in for some art-filled autumn adventures, I’ve got your back!

Sending all the creative vibes your way! πŸ–ŒοΈπŸ’›

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