Pumpkin Lap Book (kindergarten)

Pumpkin Lap Book (kindergarten)


Fall or Autumn is my favorite time of the year.  It is not always easy to identify the Fall season in Texas.  Usually late October or November you can find some signs of Fall here.
We like to go to our local pumpkin patches to take a hayride, eat corn and pick a pumpkin.  Scholastic Let’s Find sent out the rotten pumpkin and Fall theme magazines in September for October.  Below you will find links to the books, materials and printables that I used for this lap book.

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I did not create the printables below, I found these great resources on Pinterest and used them to create this lapbook.  Thank you to those that created these printables!

Full color mini pumpkin life cycle book by Teachers Pay Teachers .com



Check out all the great pumpkin activities by Mrs kelly’s Klass .com
Pumpkin sight word color



Pumpkin life cycle mini book by Fun Time Early Learning



I found this great pumpkin measurement page on Pinterest.  When I clicked on the link the page stated no longer there.  You can click on the image below and size to your computer and then open and print.



Letter match pumpkins by Made By Teachers .com



How a pumpkin grows by Kidz Club .com
I printed these onto card stock (paper will work fine) and cut each out on the dotted
lines to create sequencing cards.  I stored these into a pocket I created on the back of the
folder using scrap paper and tape.

Yay! I found the cut and stapled copy of this the other day and wasn't sure how I was going to find the hard copy... thank you Pinterest! *Pumpkin Life Cycle:


For this section, you will want to go to the grocery store or pumpkin patch and pick a pumpkin.  click on image below to save to computer and then print.



Pumpkin Life Cycle  by Teachers Pay Teachers


I used the Scholastic Let’s Find out version of this pumpkin labeling.
I cut off the label stamps and placed them in the storage pocket.
I taped the top edge of the worksheet on it’s side to the middle of the folder  (see pic).
The tape will create a binding, you can flip the page to get to the projects below.


Pumpkin days of the week tracing by Atoz Teacher Stuff .com

Pumpkin Tracing Days of the Week & Months of the Year (FREE Printables):

Letter Pp pumpkin tracing page by Twisty Noodle .com

Pumpkin Worksheet

 Scholastic Let’s Find Out:
This is a great low cost home school learning tool.  For about $12 dollars a year, we receive 4 issues a month of Let’s Find Out magazine and science spin from September to May.   You will receive full online access to each digital version and all printables of past and current editions


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