3 of the Best Indoor Family Activities To Do in the Fall

3 of the Best Indoor Family Activities To Do in the Fall from North Carolina Lifestyle Blogger Adventures of Frugal Mom

Fall is right around the corner, y’all. I have to be honest—I’m a little worried. 2020 has been the wildest year to date, and at least the kiddos could play outside during the summer. What are my hubby and I going to do when the temperature drops? Luckily, other moms are feeling the same way. I’ve gathered what I’ve learned from my girlfriends and other moms in the neighborhood. Now, I want to share three of the best indoor family activities to do in the fall.

Movie Night

There’s nothing better than snuggling up on the couch as a family on a brisk autumn night. Why not play a great film while everyone’s cozying up? Movie nights are great ways to pass the time indoors because they create an open line of communication between parents and their kids. Sometimes, it feels like I have to pull teeth to get my children to talk to me, y’all. Yet, when we’re watching a great flick that everyone enjoys, the conversation flows smoothly. Movie buffs could even consider building a home theater to create an even more relaxed hangout space.

Pumpkin Carving Party

Pumpkin carving is definitely one of the best indoor family activities to do in the fall because it’s the only time of year you can do it. When it gets closer to Halloween, parents should run to the store and choose the best pumpkins for everyone. Then, when y’all get home, the party can begin. If y’all aren’t comfortable letting the little ones use sharp tools, they can decorate with stickers and glitter. Decorating will get everyone in the Halloween spirit and give youngsters a chance to express their creativity.

Bake Seasonal Treats

There are so many delicious fall treats that y’all can make as a family; my mouth starts watering just thinking about them. What says autumn more than an apple pie? Parents can run to the store to grab the necessary supplies, and then everyone can make an assembly line when they get home. Teaching kiddos culinary skills from an early age will show them how to be more independent, and they’ll be more likely to help in the kitchen if parents try to make it fun. The best part? Everyone gets a delicious dessert in the end.

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