Screen-Free Fall Activities for Families (30+ list)

Looking to get off the screens and spend time together this fall? These 30 screen-free family activities will help you reconnect while having fun together.

I think we’re all screen-timed out around here. This past weekend we had a fun geocaching adventure (more about that later) and realized there’s so much that doesn’t involve a screen of some sort. Now that we’re approaching November, we are getting ideas ready for what we can do outdoors this fall. Here are 30 family-friendly fall activities that don’t involve screens and bring your family together.

printable sheet of fall activities Download ScreenFreeActivities.pdf

Print out the free downloadable sheet and get going on it. Some of these things I even did as a kid and now get to share with my girls. We’ve been trying to find fun things to do inside as well as outside, just to get us offline a bit and enjoy more screen-free family activities.

carved pumpkins

Indoor Activities

Since the weekends seem to go by a lot slower now that we’re home a lot, this list makes finding things to do so much easier. We’ve even started thinking ahead at how we can add to the list.

  • Make a fall wreath
  • Press fall leaves in a book
  • Color fall pictures
  • Make a suncatcher
  • Camp indoors
  • Make a movie marathon list
  • Make a bird feeder
  • Make a candy apple
  • Make a thankful jar
  • Paint or carve a pumpkin
  • Make a scarecrow
  • Make sock puppets
  • Make trail mix
  • Play board games
  • Make an apple pie
  • Build a fort

Outdoor Activities

  • Go apple picking
  • Do a fall outdoor scavenger hunt
  • Watch a sunset
  • Go on a Fall nature walk
  • Have a bonfire
  • Roast marshmallows
  • Jump in a pile of leaves
  • Visit a farmers market
  • Have a picnic
  • Visit a pumpkin patch
  • Go on a hayride
  • Make an apple pie
  • Volunteer or create a donation drive
  • Visit a corn maze
  • Collect acorns

It’s still warm here in Southern California so we’re able to do a lot of these activities outdoors. As your weather starts to change, think about what you can be doing indoors with your kids to keep those screen time down and your family together doing fun screen-free activities.