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40 Fall Traditions To Start With Your Family This Year

  1. Drink hot apple cider
  2. Go to an orchard for apple picking
  3. Make a new apple recipe
  4. Go on a train ride to see fall foliage
  5. Visit a farm
  6. See a honeybee demonstration
  7. Visit a pumpkin patch
  8. Go on a hayride
  9. Carve pumpkins
  10. Roast pumpkin seeds
  11. Go stargazing at the lake with big blankets
  12. Have a bonfire
  13. Toast marshmallows
  14. Make s’mores
  15. Visit a corn maze
  16. Jump in a pile of leaves
  17. Bake a new pie recipe
  18. Bake a Fall bread recipe
  19. Make & eat caramel apples
  20. Go to a fall festival
  21. Eat funnel cake
  22. Throw a football party
  23. Make a thankful tree with the kids
  24. Go trick-or-treating
  25. Make your own Halloween costume
  26. Do a fall photo shoot
  27. Go on a hike to see foliage
  28. Take a family camping trip
  29. Have a Halloween movie night with kid-friendly movies & this Halloween Snack Mix
  30. Donate to food banks
  31. Take a family weekend trip to the mountains and stay in a cabin
  32. Bring a yummy baked treat to your neighbors
  33. Take your family’s Christmas photos
  34. Watch a special movie, make a special meal or treat, and decorate for the season (Watch and make the same things each year!)
  35. Host a Thanksgiving potluck dinner
  36. Visit family that lives far away
  37. Volunteer together
  38. Take a morning drive or walk with hot chocolate or cider during the seasons first thick fog
  39. Go to a haunted house or go on a haunted trail ride
  40. Take the kids on a fall picnic complete with warm foods or soup


Does your family have any fall traditions? Please share them below!

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