Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Classroom Pumpkin Projects

October and Halloween give us the best opportunity to add a little bit of art to our classes. It's time for the Great Pumpkin Classroom project. Here's a peek at some of our classroom pumpkin projects.

I love this classic idea. We happened to be reading the Reading Street 3 selection Top & Bottoms and I'm all about integrating subjects. We used the characters in the book for our pumpkin project. Here's a pumpkin decorated to look like Hare.

 classroom pumpkin project
Here's our science lesson and art lesson combined. This is my Life Cycle of a Pumpkin Craftivity. I'm so proud of how this pumpkin project turned out. I'm going to use this one as a table centerpiece through Thanksgiving.
classroom pumpkin project

Here's another pumpkin decorated to look like a black cat. It's fun to create other Halloween themes with pumpkins too. Ask kiddos to turn their pumpkins into bats, cats, spiders, or monsters. I'll let you in on  secret, we're keeping this pumpkin.  (It's plastic.)

I'm linked up at the It's The Great Pumpkin Classroom Project Linky hosted by, yep, me--Sweet Tea Classroom!! Click {Here} to check out my other post and add your pumpkin projects from school or home to the pumpkin linky party.

 classroom pumpkin project linky 

Robin Sellers @ Sweet Tea Classroom

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