I always enjoy designing my own curriculum based on my student's development, interests, and experiences I want to provide and I love how Scholastic's magazines gives me a fabulous resource to share with my students and yet still allows room for us to take the concepts being presented in a way that makes sense or is interesting to us.
There is something so simple yet rewarding about making paper plate pumpkins. I know, because I sat down with my class and made my own paper plate pumpkin and while making it, I realized that the process was relaxing, simple, creative, and fun...
My preschoolers enjoyed spending time exploring pumpkin seeds and playing with pumpkin seed play dough!
Exploring the wonderful smell of pumpkin spice and feel of pumpkin seeds through the simple water play experience of making pumpkin seed soup!
Today, we are highlighting a few of our very favorite ways to play with pumpkins.
Exploring pumpkins through all kinds of play in our outdoor classroom!
Exploring the life cycle of a pumpkin and planting our own pumpkin seeds in the window!
Making and exploring pumpkins with our very own DIY pumpkin heads!
Exploring pumpkin seeds in preschool through sensory play, creative art, and science...
These paper plate pumpkin pies are simple for preschoolers to make and will make your classroom smell yummy!