We took her to a pumpkin patch yesterday, and decided to make a project out of her pumpkin. I opened the top and let her touch all the gooey "pumpkin guts". We talked about the seeds and how to make pumpkins grow. We saved some so we can plant a few in the yard when it stops raining. We'll be baking the rest of the pumpkin insides later.
We decided to make a pumpkin house for Tinkerbell, then drew shapes on the pumpkins (She told me what to do for the door and windows, and then I cut them out)
Of course, since we love getting girly, we added glitter swirls all over it as well.
Then we moved in Tinkerbell!
And then moved the whole thing outside...after topping it with a crown!
- What the inside of a pumpkin looks like
- What seeds are for and what they do
- Imaginative Play and Decorating