Looking for play-based, super fun, grab and go Pumpkin Worksheets for Preschool kiddos?
The Pumpkin Preschool Binder is packed with a variety of preschool skills practice, all while playing with toys, playdough, and common craft supplies
Why are our Monthly Preschool Binders so popular with moms and teachers…
- Building Independence: Kids are able to work on their own or in small groups at their table to use their binders. It encourages them to self-start and learn/play on their own.
- Easy Prep: Print and slip the pages into sheet protectors. It’s that simple! No cutting and laminating required.
- Play-Based: These interactive, hands-on activities are built to engage little minds, use multiple senses, and make learning ridiculously fun.
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Pumpkin Binder Activities
Shape Jack -o – Lanterns
Everyone loves to make faces on a jack – o- lantern! Use correct amount of shape buttons or foam or foam shapes to create the face. Can you make one on your own too?
Visiting a pumpkin patch and picking out the perfect pumpkin is so much fun. Grab your orange buttons or pumpkin seeds to cover each matching letter in the patch.
Hay Bale Patterns
Climbing hay bales and hay mazes are always a fun fall activity. Place craft sticks on the hay to complete the patterns shown and then count out how many sticks you used. We like to use a magnet number or write the number with a dry erase marker.
These are the cutest pumpkins on the vine! Grab your markers, pom poms, or any small manipulative to trace the shape shown.
1,2, 3, 4, 5 little pumpkins! How many pumpkins are on each vine? Use your pom poms to place the correct number on the vines. We like to use a magnet number to match the target number.
We love to jump in the pile of leaves in the fall! Cover all the leaf shapes that match the target shape on the bag.
How many colors do you see on the gate? Build your fence patterns and then count how many you used of each block. Show your answer with a magnet number or by writing it.
Tracing is an awesome way to practice those fine motor skills. Trace with your finger, use a crayon, or even shape and roll playdough to place on the tracing vines.
Need some no-prep, print and go preschool worksheets?
Work on your tracing. Get scissor practice and practice other early education skills like counting, letters, shapes, colors, sorting, and more.
Use them as a one time worksheet or print them on colored paper and laminate to use as a play mat.
Sneak a peek at the worksheets in this set below.