And a new drawing game for kids . . .
- Autumn leaves
- A color photocopier
- Drawing materials such as pens and markers (we especially liked using metallic Sharpies)
First, we photocopied an assortment of fall leaves onto paper with a sheet for each of us.
This was my idea; I thought if drawing directly on leaves was so fun, then drawing on leaf paper might be interesting to try as well.
Maia’s idea was to use them to play Simon Says drawing (her favorite), so we took turns directing the drawing action.
Even Daphne. Although when it was Daphne’s turn she always said, “Draw Max and Ruby.”
Other Simon Says drawing instructions included:
Draw hearts (Maia)
Draw zig-zags (me)
Draw flowers all around the paper (Maia)
Draw lines (me)
Draw shining stars (Maia)
Draw a design around a leaf (me)
Draw an egg (Maia)
Draw triangles (me)
Here are the finished drawings. It was fun trying something different!
The nice thing about drawing on photocopies of leaves is that you don’t have to press them first. Also, you can make any leaf arrangement you like on the copy machine—even leaf men!
How about you? What are your favorite drawing games for kids?
Autumn Arts & Crafts Ideas & Supplies
It includes supplies for fall arts & crafts (including the best paper leaves for painting!), autumn toys, Halloween ideas, and picture books about autumn.
Plus, we have lists of the best kids art supplies, open-ended toys, children’s games, and more!
This is an online workshop with 10 fun fall arts and crafts activities that your family can enjoy all autumn long. Use coupon code KASHALFOFF for $9.99!
Plus a bonus of 10 fall-themed drawing prompts!
Or just check out the blog post with the links… So many fun ideas for fall!