Sunday, September 13, 2020

Fall Life Cycle of a Pumpkin Craft for Fall Activities

Who doesn't love to teach about pumpkins? You can do so much with pumpkins in the classroom. I wanted to tie a craft in with the life cycle of a pumpkin.

pumpkin craft

Sequencing cards for the life cycle of a pumpkin are a must to teach young children.

pumpkin craft

pumpkin craftivity

 I combined the two ideas and created this sequencing life cycle of a pumpkin craft. It's a great looking 3-D pumpkin that will look great in your classroom this fall for Halloween and even Thanksgiving too. It will work well for a craft on Halloween day that all parents will approve.
life cycle of a pumpkin sequencing cards

I even added a life cycle of a pumpkin poster to use with this life cycle of a pumpkin lesson.

life cycle of a pumpkin poster

You can find this item at my TpT store {Here}.


  1. Hi! Just found your blog and started following. This is a very creative activity! Love it!

    Ms. H. :)
    Live, Love, Laugh in 2nd Grade

  2. I love how it's 3-dimnensional! I hope you'll stop over to on Monday to enter it in my Perfectly Pumpkin Contest. :)

  3. I am a new follower of your blog and I just started my own blog after following a lot of you over the past few months. I love this life cycle of pumpkin idea...thank you for sharing :)

    Stephanie Ann
    Sparkling in Third Grade

  4. Hi Robin! I am lovin' your 3D projects! SO CUTE! I am totally inspired! I would love for you to stop by sometime!


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