Help your young learners learn about measurement with this adorable pumpkin man activity! It is perfect for October! Print the Pumpkin Man head, arms, and legs onto heavy duty white paper or construction paper. Have the children measure each part of the pumpkin with candy corns, Cheerios, or unifix cubs and document their data on the data sheet that is included. Then, have your little mathematicians color their Pumpkin Man's head, arms, and legs and cut them out. Model for the students how to make a pattern with colors on the arms and legs to add to their mathematical practice. Then, glue Pumpkin Man together. Staple the data sheet to the back of Pumpkin Man's head. This provides students with a fun practice of measuring with non-standard units of measure. This is a great activity for decorating your classroom for your fall gathering with parents!