Cut paper in half as each page has two puzzles. Allow students to color the pumpkin and practice counting by twos. Then have students cut out on the lines (cutting the pumpkin into strips). Students can practice putting the puzzle together as they skip count by twos. When they have practiced enough, have them swap puzzles with their neighbor and practice counting by twos while they put together the different puzzle picture. When students have practiced sufficiently, have them glue their puzzle together onto construction paper. Voila! You have evidence of their learning and fall decoration for your walls!