Today on Share It Saturday, I’m featuring 15 paper pumpkin crafts for preschoolers to make this fall! These pumpkin crafts are great for preschoolers because they work on fine motor skills, color recognition, shape recognition, names, and emotions – all while being fun for the kiddos. With some changes, they’d be great for both younger and older children as well (and even some adults who want to create).
paper pumpkin crafts for preschoolers
Textured Pumpkin Art from Buggy and Buddy
Accordion Pumpkin Decoration from Fantastic Fun and Learning
Color and Shape Pumpkin Craft from Rock-A-Bye Parents
Exploring Emotions with Pumpkin Faces from Sugar Aunts
Paper Mache Pumpkin from Mini Monets and Mommies
Pumpkin Name Puzzle Craft from How Wee Learn
Tissue Paper Pumpkin Window Art from And Next Comes L
Pumpkin Faces on the Light Table from Where Imagination Grows
Scissor Skill Collage Pumpkin from Frogs and Snails and Puppy Dog Tails
Cut, Punch, and Paste Jack-O-Lanterns from LalyMom
Jack-O-Lantern Silhouettes from Blog Me Mom
Coffee Filter Pumpkins from Mess for Less
Shape Jack-O-Lanterns from Homegrown Friends
Paper Strip Pumpkin from NurtureStore
Goofy Pumpkin Faces from Reading Confetti
Do you have any favorite pumpkin crafts for preschoolers or older kiddos? Feel free to share them in the comments below!
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