It’s October and learning how to make a toddler pumpkin craft was so fun in our house.
With a houseful of kiddos from all ages with this fall pumpkin craft, we are showing you how little ones can join in on the fun this Halloween too!
Easy Fall Pumpkin Craft for Toddlers
All of my children love to craft! It’s not even all in the DNA nope! It’s all about love and imagination.
What I mean by that is… I am a mom to many! Biological, foster mom, and then of course the kids that just come over all the time and want to hang out with my kiddos kind of ma too, lol.
Therefore, craft time gets that much cooler in our home!
With this Jack-o-lantern craft, we are showing our latest idea with help from our little two-year-old!
It’s a toddler pumpkin! He calls it Mr. T. and guess whatttt? It is soooo easy to make!
All you need are just a few items…
- Orange Cardstock
- Black Cardstock
- Brown Cardstock
- Glue stick
- Crayons (Check out this deal on Amazon here!)
That’s it! Awesome right? Just a few items.
What you will need to do is cut out the pumpkin, brown stem, and eyes and mouth.
After that, you will need a gluestick like this! I did have to help my son with putting the glue on the back of the pieces.
However, once I helped him with that. He was able to glue the pieces on the orange paper himself.
It’s so fun when they get to create their own art. Not only do toddlers want to make their own crafts. I think this pumpkin turned out so much cuter than I could have ever made it!
It truly becomes their masterpiece.
For example, check out this adorable pumpkins our little guy made!
SO cute right?!
The little guy (our little superman) we have had placed with us in our care for over 2 years. We absolutely love him to pieces!
Such an amazing little boy!
He will be leaving us soon to be placed back with a family member. We are going to miss him so much!
With that said, having keepsakes like this pumpkin craft.
I will cherish… forever!