Pumpkin Life Cycle Arts and Crafts for Kindergarten Science Lesson Activity
As you study the life cycle of a pumpkin this Fall, create this adorable little jack-o-lantern craft! This craft might be created as a part of a whole group lesson or completed at a science center! Check out the PREVIEW option on this page to get a glimpse of how the craft turned out in our classroom!
Students color life cycle pieces. Explain that after pumpkins turn green, they turn into large orange pumpkins, and people cut faces into the pumpkins to create a jack-o-lanterns. Students color and cut out life cycle pieces, and glue them onto the green rectangle. Complete craft. Boys add a bow tie, while girls add a bow to the top of the pumpkin. Display for a sweet little Fall bulletin board!
Our kindergarten arts and crafts are downloads you can print at home or school. Each craft includes a cover and a contents page, so you know exactly how to put pieces together. The only supplies you need are paper, scissors, glue, and crayons! Enjoy creating with the kids!
Page 1: Cover
Page 2: Krazy for Kindyland Note
Page 3: Product Details
Page 4: Example
Page 5: Eyes, Three Life Cycle Pieces
Page 6: Grass
Page 8: Stem (4)
Page 9: Bow (4)
Page 10: Pumpkin
Color cheeks pink.
Books that are great to accompany this craft include, but are certainly not limited to the following:
It's Pumpkin Time!
It's Pumpkin Day, Mouse! Runaway Pumpkin!
The Biggest Pumpkin Ever Pumpkin Jack Pumpkin Town
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