We’ve got all sorts of fun Jack o’ Lantern faces that are ready to be matched!
When it is Fall that also means it is Halloween-time and that is an especially fun holiday for all kinds of fun activities to be held about! You know what is a big part of both Fall and Halloween? Pumpkins!
They are a fun shape that can be incorporated into many different activities and it is especially fun when the time comes to discuss the pumpkin itself! Whether reading pumpkin-related books, doing pumpkin-themed crafts, art projects with pumpkins or even more choices there is a number of pumpkin-related guides that will help you start doing your own fun Pumpkin-themed activities!
One popular book among children is, “The Legend of Spooky The Square Pumpkin,” and this snack-making activity done by Glenwood Country Day School of Woodbine, Maryland is inspired by it! After you read your own class the story they can enjoy making their own square, “Pumpkin,” to eat as a snack!
Pre-K students at our school in Allen ushered in October by creating 3D pumpkins using paper bags, paint, tissue paper and pipe cleaners. During the activity they listened to a story about pumpkins and talked about their upcoming trip to the pumpkin patch.
Pumpkins are often associated with the Fall season and one way to celebrate Autumn is by teaching students these 10 fun facts about pumpkins. Then, after reviewing the facts the students can examine the four free printables and point-out what the artist did wrong in each picture!
Young preschool and Kindergarten students sometimes have difficulty expressing their emotions. This pumpkin emotions activity allows them to assemble four different pumpkins showing unique emotions and discuss these feelings while putting them together.
Our pre-k students science table allows students to explore the parts of a Pumpkin.
Pin the nose on the Pumpkin!
The Fall season brings with it a lot of things we associate with Autumn–leaves changing color, Halloween, and of course pumpkins! With this in mind we have these free printable pumpkin worksheets you can do with your class or preschool or kindergarten students to learn about everything from colors to letters and counting all while fitting-in with the exciting theme of pumpkins!