Autumn is here! If you’re wondering what do to with those fallen leaves, TruGreen is sharing 10 ideas on How to re-use fallen leaves. It’s an awesome idea to reuse leaves. Why not make it a fun family activity? I know my kids love raking and jumping in piles of leaves.
I also love to use fallen leaves to decorate the house in the fall. It’s another fun activity to do with the kids, and it makes the house nice and cozy.
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Have a great time playing in the leaves!
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tara pittman says
We used our fallen leaves in the turtle pen. They made for a nice place for the turtle to nest.
Melanie Smith says
I love fallen leaves!! I use them to decorate a lot of places of my house.
I used to love to make projects out of leaves. We don’t get the change of seasons where I live now, but its ok. I dont like snow (which follows leaves). 🙂 I do like these ideas though!