Easy Acorn Crafts for Kids

With so many leaves falling right now it’s easy to miss out on another easy source of crafts and activities for kids – acorns! I love anything that can be picked up on a nice walk and repossessed into something fun when you get home so these easy acorn crafts for kids are absolutely perfect. Today I’m sharing one of our favourite autumn activities as well as some of my favourite acorn activities and crafts from my favourite bloggers.

acorn crafts for kids

You’ll find the links to the acorn crafts for kids in the order that they appear in the image below but there’s lots more than are just in the picture so make sure you check them all out! there’s some activities and sensory play as well as traditional crafting as I know that lots of you love those too! Want to make sure that you remember these ideas? Make sure you bookmark this page or pin the image below for later. If you like these posts you might also like my round up of 20 leaf crafts for kids¬†or 15 Autumn suncatchers kids can make too!

EASY ACORN CRAFTS FOR KIDS

Easy Acorn Crafts for Kids

Toeprint acorn craft from Still Playing School

Acorn bells from Fireflies and Mudpies

Paper plate acorn from A Little Pinch of Perfect

DIY acorn necklace from Rhythms of Play

Bark and acorn owls from Fireflies and Mudpies

Handprint acorn from Crafty Morning

Fingerprint and fine motor acorn craft from No Time for Flashcards

Acorn ornaments from True Aim Education

Mess free acorn activity from Crafts on Sea

Acorn sensory bin from I Heart Crafty Things

Acorn gratitude banner from Creative Family Fun

Cardboard roll acorns from Still Playing School

Acorn sensory bottle from Still Playing School

DIY acorn peg dolls from Rhythms of Play

Acorn throwing from Teach Me Mommy

Rolling acorn painting from Crafts on Sea

Torn paper acorn craft from No Time for Flashcards

Acorn mice from Kids Craft Room

A is for acorn playdough mat from My Little Me

Acorn art from I heart Crafty Things

Pumpkin and acorn sensory soup from And Next Comes L

acorn crafts and activities for kids

7 Comments

  1. 20th September 2017 / 11:48 am

    Love this idea! I’ve got my niece and nephew round this weekend. I’ll have to give a few of these a try x

  2. 21st September 2017 / 12:36 pm

    This is such a cute idea and I love that Owl x

  3. 21st September 2017 / 1:36 pm

    The handprint acorns look so cute. I might do this with my 6 month old as we don’t have her hand prints yet x

  4. 21st September 2017 / 5:03 pm

    Amazing, just what I was looking for, I always see exciting things in our walks but am not creative enough to work out how to use them.

  5. Emma
    24th September 2017 / 8:48 am

    This is such a great idea, definitely going to try some of these with my housemates nephew over half term x

  6. 24th September 2017 / 4:07 pm

    This really is such a clever idea and I do like the owl, that one really stood out.

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