And they have just enough text on each page so that even a young reader can follow along as you read together.
You’ll love how much fun it is to spend time with your little one while reading these books together. Whether you want something educational or silly – I have a book for every child and personality type!
Keep reading to see the best pumpkin book to buy or grab from the library.
Fall is the perfect time to learn more about pumpkins. As you may be adding pumpkins to your fall decor or going pumpkin picking or carving a pumpkin for Halloween you can use this time to learn how they grow from a seed to an adult.
When you’re carving a pumpkin, you can remove to seeds, dry them and toast them to enjoy pumpkin seeds.
Learn about the pumpkin life cycle and visit a pumpkin patch to see them in various stages.
Recommended Pumpkin Toys
If your kids love pumpkins, add some of these fun toys or puzzles to your homeschool for your pumpkin fan.
This pumpkin book combines information about the life cycle of a pumpkin with skill practice in counting by 2s, 5s, and 10s! Perfect to combine with a short unit on pumpkins followed by some hands-on seed counting of your own.
Mimi and Papa own the greatest pumpkin patch around, and Peter loves living and working there. One summer, Peter discovers the perfect pumpkin in the field. As warm days fade into crisp fall, the pumpkin grows into the most beautiful of all time. Peter can’t wait until it’s ready to harvest! But when a friend shows up at the patch looking for the very best pumpkin, will Peter choose to keep his special pumpkin to himself or share it?
What does a pumpkin need to help it grow? Clear but simple explanations accompany illustrations that lay out the life cycle of a pumpkin from start to finish in a way that young children will easily understand.
Each year, farmers try to cultivate the biggest pumpkin of them all. Some people are even attempting to carve the largest ones into boats! In this story, the author imagines what it would be like if pumpkins decorated even larger areas–like Mount Rushmore, the Brooklyn Bridge, or the vast Grand Canyon!