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If you are looking for a complete pumpkin-themed learning unit for early elementary, you’ve found it! This pumpkin unit includes reading, writing, vocabulary, math, science and art with a craftivity, print and go printables, books and posters.
Pumpkins Life Cycles Craftivity
This three-dimensional craft features the pumpkin life cycle. Included are detailed instructions with illustrations and photos to make assembly a snap!
Full-color Posters, Big Book and Student Book
The information is provided in three different formats. There are gorgeous full-color posters to put on the wall for reference during the unit. The same posters are set up for printing and making a big book to read to the class and make available to the students. (This can be done in comb binding or a three-ring binder.) There is also a smaller full-color student version for reading instruction.
Student Line Art Book
If you prefer a black and white line art student book, the same content is available in that format with clip art for coloring.
Word Wall Cards and Spelling Ring
Important terms and words are illustrated with gorgeous photos. Use the cards on your word wall or laminate and put on a ring for reference at your writing center.
Pumpkin Life Cycle
The life cycle of a pumpkin is illustrated in a poster. It is provided two ways.
Life Cycle of a Pumpkin – Color Poster
Life Cycle of a Pumpkin – Line art for students
Pumpkin Print and Go Printables
This section includes over 30 different activities. The design is fun, but also easy to read to make them user-friendly for all students.
Parts of a Pumpkin – Inside – Cut and glue labels
Parts of a Pumpkin – Outside – Cut and glue labels
Pumpkin Words – Trace and connect to picture
All about Pumpkins – Complete the sentences with words from the word bank
Pumpkin Facts – Write a fact about pumpkins in each circle
Pumpkin Fact or Opinion – Cut and glue
How a Pumpkin Grows – Illustrate the stages of the pumpkin life cycle
From Seed to Pumpkins – Read the information and answer the questions
The Pumpkin Patch – Read the information and answer the questions
My Pumpkin Observation – Observe the inside and outside of pumpkin and record
Happy or Scary? – Create graph of responses as to favorite kind of jack-o-lantern
How do you like your pumpkin best? – Create graph of responses as to favorite kind of pumpkin food
Pumpkins and Watermelons Venn Diagram
Pumpkin ABC Order – Write nine words in ABC order.
My Visit to the Pumpkin Patch – Write four sentences and illustrate (first, then, next, finally).
Pumpkin Patch Acrostic – Illustrate a pumpkin patch and write words to describe it
Making Pumpkin Pie – Write the order using the four sentences in the sentence bank
How to Make a Pumpkin Pie – Put the steps in order by numbering from one to eight
How to Make a Jack-o-Lantern – Put the steps in order by numbering from one to eight
Hiding in the Pumpkin Patch – Story starter writing activity
Choosing a Pumpkin – Story starter writing activity
The Purple Pumpkin Seeds – Story starter writing activity
My Pumpkin Patch (boy illustration) – Writing activity
My Pumpkin Patch (girl illustration) – Writing activity
When My Jack-O-Lantern Came to Life (happy) – Story starter writing activity
When My Jack-O-Lantern Came to Life (scary) – Story starter writing activity
Grandma’s Pumpkin – Story starter writing activity
Reading Response – Illustrate beginning, middle, end and my favorite part
A Story Map – Write and illustrate title, author, characters, setting, beginning, middle, end
How to Make a Pumpkin Pie – Illustrate six steps
How to Make a Jack-o-Lantern – Illustrate six steps
Pumpkin List It! – Write one pumpkin word for every letter of the alphabet
Pumpkin Patch – How many words can you make from “Pumpkin Patch”?
Jack-o-Lantern – How many words can you make from “Jack-o-Lantern”?
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I'm Sallie, former elementary teacher and now homeschooling mom to Caroline. I love creating resources that go beyond the basics and make learning fun, colorful and engaging. If you have any questions, please contact me at [email protected]