Pumpkin Activity Pack- Preschool and Kindergarten


Whether you’re planning a fall unit, pumpkin theme or just need a batch of engaging math, science and literacy activities for preschool or kindergarten, this pack has everything you need.

Teach letter names, letter formation, sight words, story writing, counting, beginning addition, comparing numbers, 2D shapes, the pumpkin life cycle and more.

This pumpkin activity pack includes 21 projects in one easy download- ABC games, EDITABLE sight word games, math centers, science activities…

Check out all of the fun details below!




–> Alphabet Activity Sheets for P, S and T

–> Rolling Pumpkins ABC Game

–> Five Little Pumpkins Rhyme

–> 3 Versions of Five Little Pumpkins Little Reader Books

–> EDITABLE Pumpkin Sight Word Hunt

–> EDITABLE Sight Word Mystery Pumpkins

–> 2 NO PREP Story Starters


–> Pumpkin Glyphs

–> Write and Wipe Adding on Cards

–> Pumpkin Ten Frames

–> Comparing Numbers from 1-20 Sheets

–> Adding to Ten

–> Number Cover Up for 1-6

–> Addition Cover Up for 2-12

–> 2D Shape Clip Cards

–> Spin and Color Shape Pumpkins



–> Pumpkins Are… Brainstorm

–> Pumpkin Life Cycle Hat

–> Life Cycle Craftivity

–> Life Cycle Sequencing

–> Foldable Pumpkin Plant Journal


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“These were really cool. We were able to work on so many targets for each student’s IEP or maintain previously mastered targets.” – Christa K.

“Thanks for providing this rich resource with such a variety of subjects presented.” – Carolyn H.

“My students have enjoyed working with this pack. I love the poem/fingerplay and bringing it all together with the necklaces as well as the booklet and play dough mats is wonderful.” – Claudia Wenzel

“The students I purchased this for absolutely love it! They look forward to it and I am thrilled with the amount of skills that are covered in this one adorable packet! This is one I will use again and again!” – Kristi G.

“My students loved this! I loved that it is easy to plan and very engaging. ” – Andrea Oliver