October is all about pumpkins! We’ve compiled 10 fun and easy DIYs you can do at home involving everyone’s favorite Halloween icon, the pumpkin!
Rip and Glue Paper Pumpkins
Ripping paper and gluing are both great for the development of fine motor skills.
This recipe is a great make-ahead meal that you can store in the refrigerator or freezer and simply pop into the toaster oven for a quick breakfast treat.
Caramelized Pumpkin Seeds
Not your average roasted pumpkin seed, these caramelized seeds make a tasty treat!
Pumpkin Seed Mosaic
A great way to use every part of the pumpkin – especially if you and your family have already overdosed on roasted pumpkin seeds!
Carving pumpkins can be pretty tricky and a little nerve-wrecking when you have toddlers and preschoolers around. Use an apple corer instead for a safe and fun way for kids to carve pumpkins–with just a little adult help.
The delicious aroma of cinnamon and spices wafting in the air is a perfect way to create memories of autumn, cool weather, and getting cozy at home with some fun books and tasty snacks! This is an easy recipe that you and your child can do together.
Paper Pumpkin Decorating
A great pumpkin shape craft that is fun for all ages. Work on shapes and sorting while having fun and get creative making jack-o-lantern faces with different shapes.
Whipped Pumpkin Dip
Pumpkins are packed with nutrients (just don’t tell the kids that). Here’s a favorite dip recipe that you can make each fall that the whole family will enjoy!
5 Little Pumpkins
Create your own version of the 5 Little Pumpkins. Inspired this very popular Halloween children’s book by Dan Yaccarino.
Most kids love smoothies and they’re the perfect way to add some extra nutrition into your little one’s diet. This pumpkin smoothie will be a new family favorite!