Want a simple Halloween activity to try? Don’t like the mess of decorative pumpkins? Try this simple babysitting job! No real paint or pumpkin needed!
To be honest, I like the idea of decorating pumpkins but I don’t like mixed dye and glue and dirt. Decorating paper pumpkins with my jam … and I no longer have to go to the store to get pumpkins!
What do you need for this sticky job?
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Here are some suggestions on how to beautify pumpkins:
Decorating real pumpkins can be fun, but it takes preparation to buy them. I love this work because I don’t need to plan EVERYWHERE. I already have paper, pens, and stickers. Look! You do too.
What is the best way to prepare for Halloween?
This decorates pumpkin adhesives and is great!
It is great because it is quick to create and work for generations of different ages of children. I decorated paper pumpkins with kids between the ages of 18 to 5 years ago and all the pumpkins look different! The kids loved this!
How do you get started with a simple Halloween activity?
You wouldn’t believe how easy and fast it is!
- Write a large piece of white paper on the floor or on a table or wall.
- Draw pumpkins on a piece of paper with markers. Children can help too.
- Give children pens, crayons, stickers, gemstones, and more to start decorating pumpkins.
It’s that easy!
Why should we try to make this pumpkin sticker?
Pumpkin action is fun! It has many of the things children can learn that will help them in the future.
Here are some things that children can learn from this activity:
- Color names are a mixture of colors when pulling and mixing colors and selling black colored pencils and crayons to each other.
- Good driving skills when children write and write
- Creating as children make their own pumpkins
- Eye contact with children as children use their weapons
- Counting children count how many eyes or dots or other things they add to their lungs
Not only is this a great experience for one child from school or during the day when the time is looking back, but also with so many groups! If you draw a few pumpkins on your paper, more than one person can help you decorate them all!
Do you have any other ways to use Halloween stickers? Share below!
Need more ideas for pumpkin work? See all 31 pumpkin ideas from I Can Teach My Child.