Preschool Pumpkin Craft
Here’s a quick, easy, and fun preschool pumpkin craft. It looks great, too! Just a little prep by an adult and your preschooler can handle the rest! I always try to come up with something that fits the short attention span of a preschooler.
Tag board (if you are going to hang this up)
Orange and Black Construction Paper
Orange pompoms – 1 1/2 bags for one side.
First, cut a pumpkin shape out of the tagboard. This pumpkin pictured is approximately 5 1/2 by 3 1/2 inches. Cut the same shapes for both the front and back out of the orange construction paper and glue on the tagboard. Color the stem brown.
The orange construction paper will prevent the white showing through while the tagboard gives it strength for hanging. If you don’t intend on hanging the pumpkin, the construction paper alone will work.
Prepare a shallow dish of glue so that the pom-poms can be dipped. It is so much easier for kids to do it that way. Start by gluing the pom-poms around the outer edge and then fill in.
Add black triangles for eyes and nose. Cut a black mouth and glue on top of the pom-poms. If you wish, do the same to the other side.
Looks cute to hang on a window or from a chandelier.
Looking for more ideas? Subscribe on the sidebar or follow on Pinterest or Bloglovin.Pin It