This year I decided to do something different to track our favorite Fall activities. I wanted to challenge myself to actually do as many of these activities as possible and reward ourselves if we actually did everything on the board. We picked ( insert what we decided to do)
FALL FAMILY BINGO CHALLENGE
I love the idea of this printable in my planner, as well as hanging on our family activities board. This way the kids can see and mark off the activities they want to do next. I can also use my copy to help me pre-plan any activities that might cost money or require driving a far distance. I created Fall planning sheet to organize our events and to create a budget. We started by creating a long list of what we want to do and see. Then I fill in the activities under there correct categories. This doesn’t mean we will be able to do every activity, but at least we will have all our ideas in one place. If we have gone through most of our entertainment envelope and only have $10 left I can go to our list and see what’s $10 and under that we can do that day.
FAMILY FUN FALL ACTIVITIES
Visit a Fall Festival
Take a family hike
Visit a Pumpkin Patch
Drive to see leaves changing colors
Attend an NFL, college, or high school football game
Family bike ride
Visit a local farm
Explore a new city near you
Visit a museum
Volunteer as a family
Go to a Drive-In movie
Cuddle around a fire and make S’mores
Carve or decorate pumpkins
Create a Halloween/Harvest Fest countdown
Bake yummy Fall treats
Create Fall-themed art projects
Watch your favorite Fall TV special or movie
Random Acts of Kindness together daily
Fall-themed science experiments
Make your own Halloween costumes
Create a gratitude tree or garland
Donate to a local Food Drive
21 Children’s Books about Thanksgiving
100+ Fall Children’s Books
14 Cozy Reads for Fall
Family Favorites (Amazon Affiliate Links)
Green Ember Series
Prince Warriors Series
How to Make an Apple Pie and See the World
The Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown!
The Kingdom Series
Don’t forget to grab the audio books as well. These will be great if you have younger kids or if you just want to add a bit of drama to your story time.
I’ve included free printable Bingo cards for you to create your own or use the one we created for your Fall Fun Bingo Challenge! Enjoy!
How do you keep track of holiday activities with your family? Let me know below in the comments!