One of the great things about this craft is that it can be scaled down for younger children and made more complicated for older ones.
What you will need:
•Construction paper in the following colors: orange, green, yellow
•Dried pumpkin seeds (from your real jack-o-lantern)
•*Carving your pumpkins and saving the seeds can be a day one activity.
Directions for the project-Cut two large pumpkins from orange construction paper and staple together on the left side (like a book). Cut out a green stem and curly Q for the top. Cut out yellow eyes, nose and mouth for a jack o lantern face. After your “pumpkin book” is completed glue the dried pumpkin seeds and orange yarn to show the inside of the pumpkin. The next step is to make the “front” pumpkin a jack o lantern. The children can glue on the face pieces and stem