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Life Cycle of a Pumpkin Printable

Pumpkins are a sign of Fall. Pumpkin songs, pumpkin pie, and even pumpkin seeds all remind us of this time of year. Pumpkins are everywhere and children love them, so this Life Cycle of a Pumpkin Printable was created to learn all about pumpkins. 

Pumpkin Life Cycle Lapbook Free Printable

You can use the parts of this FREE printable to create a lapbook like this or use the different pieces on their own or in a different way. 

Your lapbook doesn’t need to look exactly like this and you can also add other information about pumpkins that your child discovers or is interested in. 

Life Cycle of a Pumpkin Printable Lapbook FREE

 

The FREE, Printable Life Cycle of a Pumpkin includes:

  • Parts of a Pumpkin Diagram
  • Pumpkin Recipes
  • Life Cycle of a Pumpkin Foldable
  • Life Cycle of a Pumpkin Wheel
  • Pumpkin Facts
  • Pumpkin Vocabulary Words
  • What do plants need?

 

Life Cycle of a Pumpkin Lapbook FREE Printable

 

I love the way the parts of the lapbook are interactive with flaps, pockets, folds, and a spinning wheel. 

Add other vocabulary words that you want your child to learn or that they are curious about. 

You can also get into the kitchen with your kids and make pumpkin pancakes together using the recipe. 

Have your child use their lapbook to share new information that they’ve learned with others.

 

FREE Printable Life Cycle of a Pumpkin Lapbook

 

Check out our other Pumpkin Activities for Kids!

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1 Comment

  • Reply JARRETT CORDER

    Hello!

    I hope this comment finds you well! My name is Mr. Corder and I am a kindergarten teacher in North Carolina! I see that you have made a number of great activities for the life cycle of a pumpkin!

    I also wrote my own nonfiction book on the topic for my YouTube Channel, Mr. Corder’s Read Alouds (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCtWt1QuKCqw3eskNJ6c9DsQ)

    I had an idea that may help both of us! I would love to promote your activities and your website in the top of the description of my book, and in return you could just include a link to my YouTube read aloud book on your page. (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q0i_uDVGqtQ)

    No pressure at all, but I thought this could benefit both of us!

    Thanks in advance and I look forward to being in touch!

    -Mr. Corder

    October 28, 2020 at 9:44 pm
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