Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Pumpkin Time!





Fall is in full swing what better time to talk pumpkins. We have rounded up a few colorful and fun ways to incorporate pumpkins into your classroom this fall. Check out a few of our favorite ideas below. To see more be sure to follow us on Pinterest.

Growing Pumpkin seeds in a pumpkin, great way to learn about plants and what plants need. You can also incorporate a quick lesson on where we get our food from from farm to the table and everywhere in between. 

Have students make their own healthy pumpkin snack using celery and a clementine orange....yum!

Pumpkin printing with pool noodles, great for an independent art center or for little hands just learning to paint.

Who doesn't love a little glitter??? Well custodians probably...but little ones love it. Use a glue water mixture to cover a small pumpkin, have students sprinkle on their favorite color of glitter.

Use paper strips to make these adorable pumpkins, great for a 3D bulletin board display.

If you are looking for a little Halloween fun for reading check out our 5 little Pumpkins mini book. Review basic sights words, adjectives and number words with this cute holiday themed mini book. Ideal for small reading groups.





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