Throughout this activity, students will be practicing solving division problems. Once they have completed each problem, the students will use the key to determine what shape each part of their pumpkin will be Finally, students will use this information to draw and color their pumpkin on the Pumpkin Portrait paper.
There are a total of 8 different pumpkin designs included in this packet as well as the Pumpkin Portrait paper. The students can differentiate their pumpkins even more when they color them.
Extra Activity Idea:
This is a great activity to do along with the story “Spookley the Square Pumpkin”. This is a story about how everyone (and every pumpkin) is unique and special in its own way. After completing this pumpkin activity as well as the read-aloud you can wrap up this integrated activity by having the students complete a “quick write” based on the moral of the story and how it can relate to real-life situations.