As the leaves change and the temperature starts to drop, it’s time to welcome fall! Looking for some fall fun for your teen this season? Afraid the arts and crafts won’t cut it anymore? Try some of these fun fall activities for teens and make this fall season memorable!
If you’re looking for fun fall activities for babies and toddlers, check out this article.
Crisp apples and even crisper air – making a trip to an apple orchard is family fun for people of all ages! Find apples of all varieties and pay as a you pick. There’s nothing cooler than having an apple you picked yourself in your lunchbag. A lot of apple orchards offer other fun fall activities such as hayrides and corn mazes! (And your teens will love all of the #Insta-worthy photo ops!)
The changing leaves are a sure sign that autumn is on it’s way. Take advantage of Mother Nature’s most colorful season by going on nature walks to collect pretty leaves, or even simply making the most out of your raking chore by jumping in piles of leaves when you’re finished!
Get ahead on your gardening this year by enlisting your favorite teen to help you plant bulbs! Doing yard work might seem like a chore, but it can easily be turned into family bonding with a little music and a glass of cool cider!10 Fall Activities For Teens To Make This Season Memorable Click To Tweet
Pick up some Affy Tapples at your local grocery store, or try making some of your own! Simply put your apples on sticks, and dip them into melted caramel. Try rolling them around in chopped nuts or small candy or even drizzling them with chocolate for a fun twist!
Oh my Gourd! Have fun cooking up a pot of this “adult” meal with your very own young adult. Check out this recipe from Martha Stewart, and don’t forget a healthy dollop of sour cream!
Nothing screams Thanksgiving dinner like a pie for dessert. Pull out your aprons and oven mitts, and let your teen take the reins deciding what kind of pie, whether you want to purchase or make crust, and everything else in between! Try visiting a local apple orchard or pumpkin patch to pick your own ingredients.
It’s time to get spicy! Purchase cider at a grocery store or farmer’s market, and heat it over a stove. Get some mugs and you are good to go, or try crafting your own with this easy recipe!
Grab a bag of popcorn and some cozy blankets, and prepared to be scared! Get nostalgic and have your teen watch one of your old favorite horror movies with you! It’s the perfect way to get into the Halloween spirit.
A funny face, a silly cat, or even the visage of one of your favorite celebrities. Gutting your pumpkin, cutting out features, and lighting up the face is a timeless fall tradition. Save the seeds for a delicious snack!
Get ready for some serious screams. Do a little research to see if your town has any local haunted houses, or see if there are any commercial ones in the area. Let your teen bring a group of friends to get scared with!
These fall activities for teens could be exactly what your family needs! Don’t forget to take lots of photos while you and your teens enjoy the beautiful autumn season!