Fall Kid’s Crafts

I am really searching my memory banks here to recall school projects that we did in the fall.

I came up with one that we actually did in the spring, but it could easily be adapted to the fall. One year, we made butterflies out of construction paper, wax paper, and crayon shavings.

The construction paper is used for the edges and the wax paper was used inside. We took the different colored crayon shavings and placed them between two sheets of wax paper. A cloth or towel was put over the wax paper and an iron on low setting was run over the cloth. That caused the crayon scraps to melt between the pieces of wax paper.

The same project could be done using leaf shapes and the crayon shavings would create fall colors in the leaves.

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