I love Halloween! It’s the first holiday of the year where we have multiple boxes of decor, not just one bag with a garland or two. And it’s so much more fun when kids are involved. Each year it gets better and better as Aidan gets into it too.
We’ve officially put up everything from our boxes so now it’s Halloween crafts time! I try to have at least a couple new holiday-themed crafts each year – whether it’s something I make myself or buy as a kit at the store. This year I made a fun Jack-o-lantern practice worksheet. I simply laminated my free pumpkin coloring pages to turn them into a dry erase-friendly sheet for Aidan to practice Jack-o-lantern faces and pumpkin carving designs.
Easy Toddler Halloween Activity – Pumpkin Faces
When you need a nice quiet activity this month, simply print off a few of these pumpkin coloring pages and sit your kiddos down with markers, crayons, etc. Once they finish, laminate the final colored sheets to turn them into a fun reusable worksheet!
- This free pumpkin printable
- Laminator and laminating sheets
- OR plastic sheet protectors and tape
- Dry erase markers
- Print off however many copies you want of the pumpkin page.
- Let your little one color it in.
- Laminate or place in a sheet protector and shut with tape. These self-seal, no-machine-needed laminating sheets are really awesome too!
- Let them practice their pumpkin carving designs or just make silly pumpkin faces.
- Erase and start over again!
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Psst: more freebies await!