Fifteen Pumpkin Crafts for Kids of All Ages is a post from Tara of This Sweet Life and Embark on the Journey.
Autumn is just around the corner. That means it’s almost pumpkin time! Not only do we love all things pumpkin – coffee creamer, muffins, ice cream, etc. – but we love to decorate with pumpkins for fall.
I have pumpkins above the fireplace and pumpkins on the front porch. There are mini pumpkins in the entry way and pumpkin window clings in the homeschool room.
So, it will come as no surprise, that we like to do pumpkin crafts throughout the months of October and November. Here are some of our favorite pumpkin crafts along with some I found online. Which one will you try first?
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15 Pumpkin Crafts for Kids of All Ages
Pumpkin Decorating for Toddlers | Some toddlers may shy away from sticking their hands inside a pumpkin. Parents may not want to deal with the mess. So, your little ones can use edible markers to decorate a small pumpkin of their own. With food-grade markers, you won’t have to worry about your little one putting the marker in their mouth.
Pumpkin Geoboard | I love this super easy geoboard your little ones can make at home!
Puffy Paint Pumpkins | I’ve never made my own puffy paint, but I’ve always wanted to. This puffy paint pumpkin art is the perfect project to give it a try.
Jack-o-Lantern Chains | Instead of a paper doll chain, this Halloween try making a jack-o-lantern chain.
Pumpkin Suncatcher | With a little tissue paper and contact paper, your toddlers can make pumpkin suncatchers to hang in the window this fall.
Easy Rolled Paper Pumpkin Craft | I love how easy and unique this pumpkin craft is. I bet your kids will, too.
Melted Crayon No-Carve Pumpkin | A few years ago, I saw melted crayon crafts all over Pinterest. So, when Halloween rolled around, I had my tween melt some crayons on a foam pumpkin we then put on display on the mantle.
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Hammering Nails in Pumpkins | Kids can decorate a pumpkin and work on their motor skills at the same time with this project.
White Pumpkin Fairy House | Oh my goodness! I want to make one of these for myself. My daughter has some Lego Friends that would be perfect for this.
Button Pumpkin: A Bright and Easy Autumn Craft | This button pumpkin is beautiful. Older kids will enjoy making this. You may want to make one yourself.
Autumn Sensory Bin: Little House in the Pumpkin | I have two big flower pots on my front porch that are waiting for some new fall flowers. They may get little pumpkin houses instead! Isn’t this the cutest idea?
Wooden Craft Stick Pumpkins | This is a craft I remember doing with my kids when they were younger. It’s super easy and inexpensive! It’ll make a great addition to your October and November craft list.
No-Carve Nature Pumpkins | I love the idea of decorating pumpkins with items we find on our next nature walk.
Paper Pumpkin Craft | Kids can practice their scissor skills when the cut out the construction paper strips to make this fun pumpkin craft.
Easy No-Carve Painted Pumpkins | My daughter and I had a blast painting pumpkins a few years ago. Mine was inspired by a favorite Disney character. Hers was inspired by her favorite movie at the time. (If you have a very little one, finger painting on a pumpkin might be more their speed.)
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