We love holiday crafts and activities. This mummy pumpkin craft for kids is fun for fall or Halloween and it won’t break the bank! It’s easy and inexpensive!
It’s so exciting to explore with the sight of the seasons. The boys really get into decorating for the holidays and they love seasonal crafts when we get downtime. This 5-Minute Pumpkin Craft for Kids is simple. So if you have a play date or a preschool class, simply prep the materials ahead of time and then the kiddos can assemble their pumpkins.
- Orange foam sheet
- White foam sheet
- Construction Paper (green, white, black, red, yellow)
For younger kids, you may want to start by cutting out the various shapes. Cut out the shape of the pumpkin, the mummy strips, and even the shapes for the pumpkin face. For older children, cutting out the shapes and designing their pumpkin face is part of the fun and it’s great scissor skill practice!
Then, it’s time to assemble your mummy pumpkin activity! Layer the mummy strips and then glue the face on top. Don’t forget to add a stem.
This 5-Minute Pumpkin Craft is easy and fun! The kids really seem to enjoy making their pumpkin faces and mummifying the pumpkin!
To Extend the Activity
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Read How Big Could Your Pumpkin Grow. Award-winning artist Wendell Minor imagines larger-than-life pumpkins decorating some of America’s favorite places—as immense as the Capitol dome, Mount Rushmore, the Brooklyn Bridge, even the Grand Canyon! This celebration of famous landmarks and landscapes plays with concepts of size and scale and is full of fun facts.
This My First Jack O Lantern is just the cutest! Mix and match the pumpkin accessories to make silly faces.
This Autumn Bingo would be such a fun game to play with a class of kids!
More Fun Fall Activities for Kids
Pumpkin Math Activity – This pumpkin math activity is perfect for number recognition, one to one correspondence (i.e., matching sets, or knowing which group has four and which has five), identifying more or less quantity, and counting verbally.
Fall Sensory Bin – We love sensory bins! They are so engaging for children and such a fun way to explore and learn about our environment.
Math Brew – Counting is fun, counting while making a witch’s brew is even more fun! This is a great fall-themed math activity that promotes comparing two numbers using the words greater than, less than, or equal to