With dragons you entertain children for the whole weekend and you do not need an expensive acrobatic dragon from a toy store. On Saturday you will make the dragon and on Sunday you will fly it. All you have to do is buy wrapping paper and get some straight, thin slats to the skeleton.
Have the children paint the dragon’s face and then help them attach the paper to the carcass. Let the little helpers finish again. After all, any proper dragon needs a proper tail with bows.
For mushrooms in the forest
A great low-cost program is a trip to the forest. If you also collect mushrooms, you still earn it. In addition, collecting in children awakens collecting instinct and most of them enjoy the trip.
But if they do not find anything for a long time, they will get bored. Therefore, it is advisable to draw attention to the fungus and give them the joy of finding. In autumn, you can find in the woods, for example, marshmallows, some types of boletus and parasol.
Handcraft with colored leaves
Take a walk through the nicest colorful leaves you can find. It is important to get differently shaped leaves. At home, assemble dolls with the children and stick them on paper.
Small artists also love leaf prints. Just paint them with watercolors and then print them on paper. The activity is so easy that it can be managed even by kindergarten children.
A great family activity is the production of pumpkin lanterns. You can get the pumpkin at the market or you can grow it yourself in the garden. Make kids designers and let them paint designs on paper.
Then use a sharp knife to cut the top of the pumpkin and cut the children inside with a spoon. Then cut out your eyes, nose and mouth. Then just light a candle and admire your creation.