The children each took a turn hollowing out the pumpkins.
Inside the pumpkins we found seeds and pulp.
The children decided how they wanted the jack-o-lanterns to look. Madame D. did the carving.
Voila! A jack-o-lantern!
During the month of October, the children learned about the life cycle of a pumpkin both in our classrooms and at the farm. After the pumpkin carving experience, they were pumpkin experts. Each child made a book to share their pumpkin knowledge with their families.
|Rilee knows pumpkins, outside....|
We had a great time turning our pumpkins into jack-o-lanterns!