What a better way to celebrate the Fall season then with fun Preschool Pumpkin Crafts. And with these monster, Halloween, and pumpkin crafts, you’ll never have to worry about your preschoolers getting bored.
Preschool Pumpkin Crafts
Coffee Cups and Crayons, creates a special sensory experience for your preschooler with this pumpkin pie playdough recipe. Bonus: It’s technically also edible, but even without tasting, enjoy this activity with your little ones for tons of pumpkin fun.
This no-sew sock project is an enjoyable sensory project for your preschooler. Check out this craft from Meaningful Mama, to make their own pumpkin with rice or beans is only half the fun. Additionally, you get to use these pumpkins in a bean bag toss or other Halloween game.
We LOVE the low prep Pumpkin binder activities.
There is no better way to say hello Fall than with these adorable pumpkin cards. Your preschooler gets to practice painting and bring a smile to their friends and family’s faces with some surprise mail.
This preschool pumpkin craft combines celebrating fall and practicing writing your preschooler’s name. How We Learn combines several important preschool fine motor skills to create this precious pumpkin craft.
Add these hands – on Halloween activities to your pumpkin fun!
Create this mummy pumpkin craft using a template from Thriving Home.
This fun Halloween pumpkin craft lets your preschooler practice their fine motor skills by gluing marshmallows to create the silly little pumpkins.
These cute felt board pumpkins are super simple and a perfect Halloween craft activity to inspire your little one’s imagination. Crafts By Amanda breaks down both the supplies you need…and steps you’ll take to create this craft.
Also, check out the cutest Halloween monsters!
What better way to combine crafting, counting, and a game all in one? Create unique monster designs just in time for Halloween while practicing your preschooler’s fine motor skills.