This time of year, I'm always looking for fun ways to incorporate PUMPKINS into our curriculum and this Pumpkin Craftivity and Writing Project is perfect! Darling little pumpkins, easy-to-read poem, adjective review... what more could I ask for?
You'll find everything you need to complete this darling pumpkin craftivity... all necessary templates and complete instructions. For a better look at the completed project, just click on PREVIEW!
The writing project consists of first brainstorming adjectives and emotions for our pumpkin. Then, students will be tracing the word "pumpkin" and writing two adjectives and one emotion-word on their final draft. If you'd like your students to write their own unique pumpkin stories, I've also included a blank writing page, as well. Lastly, everything gets glued together on 12x18-inch black construction paper and it's ready for the hallway!
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