I previously created a Pumpkin book but I love the lap book. It's a cool way to display everything the students learned about pumpkins. I printed everything and then glued the pieces on a file folder that is folded into thirds. There is a picture in the file that shows how I glued all the pieces.
The 5 senses portion is little booklets for each sense and food item. That's why on the picture, it shows the title page on top of the 5 senses. The title of the food goes first and then it is stapled to the 5 senses pages and the bottom sheet is glued to the actual lap book.
We read different texts about pumpkins for the kids to understand and label the life cycle of a pumpkin and to write a story about pumpkins.
For the 'Pumpkin Day' picture, I took a picture of each student holding a pumpkin before we found the circumference and cut into them to count the seeds.
The 'Pumpkins Can, Have, Are' part are stapled on top of each other and the bottom page is glued to the lap book just like the 5 senses portion.
It's a nice little keepsake for all of our pumpkin activities on Pumpkin Day (on/near Halloween)!