Can you believe fall is just around the corner? I’m already thinking of pumpkin preschool activities that I want to do with the kids. I know that messy projects are always the most fun. It’s a great way to bring those fall colors into your projects but I always hate thinking about fall because it means summer is almost over.
Pumpkin Preschool Activities
This great adding or subtracting game includes few supplies to have a lot of fun! All you need is an empty egg carton and some form of tiny pumpkins to make this a great learning experience.
This is bound to be a colorful adventure for your growing and learning toddler! All you need is pumpkin seeds, different colored food dyes, glue, and construction paper to make this a great rainbow and word learning project.
Learning shapes and colors can’t get any more fun with this great stamp activity! Your toddlers are bound enjoy this paint-splattering activity!
This fun fall activity takes painting pumpkins to another level with shaving cream and amazing watercolors. Make some pretty window decorations with this adorable project!
Doing activities with your little ones doesn’t have to be complicated or cause you even more work than it’s worth with this simple decorating. All it requires is hands and paint!
For a fall themed sensory activity, try this amazing pumpkin cinnamon play dough. It’s guaranteed to bring hours of fun for your toddlers.
Store brought cards lack the personal touch, especially from young children. So have your preschoolers try these fall themed cards instead!
Letter learning and matching doesn’t get simpler than this fun pumpkin activity! It’s great for young ones just learning to identify the letters in the alphabet.
Every mom wishes that kids wished for easy pets. So why not give them an upgraded version of a pet rock? Or just use it as a paper weight! Grab your paint, a sharpie, and some green pipe cleaner to make this inexpensive rock paper weight.
Want to learn about the life cycle of a pumpkin? Try these free downloadable printables to teach your young one about the cycle of a pumpkin!
Cards are a rarity today with Facebook and social media invitations and thank you’s. Teach your young one the lost art of writing and making fun cards!
Try this silly pumpkin putty for loads of fun with your toddler!
Tic tac toe is a timeless classic game. And what better way to make this a fall themed and toddler approved game than to make it with pumpkins?
Sensory activities will always be a great way to get your toddler’s attention. Try this non-messy activity to get your toddler in touch with their senses!