Symmetrical pumpkins in preschool

by Deborah J. Stewart, M.Ed. on October 9, 2010

in Creative Art, pumpkins

Try this simple pumpkin activity to introduce a little symmetrical perspective!

For each child, cut out a pumpkin shape…

Cut it in half and glue one half to a sheet of construction paper…

Now glue an eye, half of a nose, and draw half of a mouth….

Give the other half of the pumpkin, the nose, and the eye to the child…

Let the child finish the pumpkin…

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