My toddler is on the move all the time and I’m always looking for new activities to keep him busy.
He’s a curious little boy and loves to be outdoors as much as possible. Rain or shine, he’s happiest stomping around in his bright yellow wellington boots. Who can blame him? We all need as much fresh air as possible these days.
So, a lot of the autumnal activities in my list are focused around being outdoors or at least having an outdoorsy element to them. Don’t forget that a lot of arranged activities have to be booked in advance at the moment.
I’d love to know what you’re doing with your toddlers this autumn.
13 things I want to do with my toddler throughout autumn
Visit a pumpkin patch – We have booked tickets to go to Undley Farm.
Carve and/or paint pumpkins
Read autumn-themed books and find leaves and pumpkins to illustrate the stories
Wrap up warm and go outside to look at the stars on a clear night
Plant spring seeds
Make pumpkin bread and pancakes
Collect conkers and paint them
Stomp through the leaves on nature walks
Collect leaves to paint at home
Visit a farm
Take a walk on the beach
Bake cinnamon cookies
Visit a Maize Maze