We just went to the pumpkin patch and had a blast! The kids got some free little pumpkins and wanted to paint them. I gave them free reign of the paint and they turned out really cute. Here are a few more pumpkin crafts and activities that your kid’ll love!
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Fine Motor Pumpkin Activity
I love that this activity has kids using real tools! How cool would your pumpkins look with these shapes covering them!
Knitted Mini Pumpkins
This looks like a pretty simple knitting pattern that a kit could do. They might need some help stuffing it though.
Here’s a magical way to decorate your pumpkins. I love the green sparkle stems.
4 Pumpkin Painting Activities
Learn and paint pumpkins for Preschool! Here are 4 simple, but meaningful pumpkin themed paintings your little one can do.
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Ann @ My Nearest and Dearest says
Thanks for featuring our pumpkin activity! 🙂
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Kimberly Lewis says
Hello cute lady! I’m so excited to party with you tonight. Thank you! We would love it if you would stop by our party. That would amazing!
Happy Tuesday! Lou Lou Girls
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Your painted pumpkins made me smile. 🙂
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The kids did a great job painting their pumpkins. I love the idea of using pumpkins for different fine motor activities.
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These are some really great ideas 🙂 thanks for sharing them all ^_^
I believe character development is important because it’s the basis of how life works in so many ways. How we treat others, how we react to things both good and bad, how we see God and faith in Him, how we discern right from wrong, and more. I want my boys to have these kinds of skills and tools in life.