Fall Leaves Baby Game

I love setting up a simple baby game for my son.

While I’m always trying to get my busy baby outdoors to stretch and play, there are times when we just have to be indoors (much to his displeasure!).  So we’ve come up with easy baby games that he can play while I throw laundry in the washing machine or start dinner.  He loves to be on the move, so this activity was a hit!

Simple baby play idea for fall time.  This is especially great for babies who love to move!

While I was starting a fun fall mason jar craft, I couldn’t resist using the fall leaves that I had bought at my local craft store for my son.  This is simple to set up and you can use the leaves for another project when your done!

Materials for Baby Game

  • Fake Fall Leaves
  • Hole Punch
  • String/twine
  • Tape
  • Baby play tunnel <—affiliate link to our favorite tunnel!

Simple baby game that is perfect for Fall!

How to Make a Fall Baby Game

You’ll need to hole punch the leaves at the base of the leaf.  Then, thread some of the twine or string through the hole and make a knot.  Tape each hanging leaf to the top of your crawling tunnel and you’re done!

We put our fan behind the opening of the tunnel so that are leaves were floating and flying all around as my kids crawled through the tunnel (it happened to be a very hot day!).  It was a wonderful way to bring new life to one of our favorite baby toys.

Tip: our play tunnel comes with velcro around the openings.  I wrapped the velcro around the legs of a chair on either side of the hanging leaves so that the tunnel wouldn’t move!

Make an easy fall baby game

When it was time to clean up, we folded our play tunnel up and put it away without taking off the leaves.  It folded up easily and my kids can’t wait to play again!

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Katie is a happy-at-home Mom who writes over at Happilyevermom. She has a feisty 4-year-old and an active 1-year-old. When she's not busy saving her cats from the kids and trying to figure out what's for dinner, she can be found crafting and playing the day away with her family. You can find her on her FB page, twitter @Happilyevermom, & Google +, too.