It is Pumpkin Season! And that means my children and I will study pumpkins for the next several weeks and I can’t wait!
And because my children and I love to study pumpkins, I made a set of pumpkin cutting worksheets for my littlest learner to practice her scissor skills.
Since she’s almost 5, these are fairly easy for her, but she loves to do any cutting related activities!
Note: As most of you know, I am in the middle of slowly updating all of my older worksheets and printables here at Mama’s. This set was originally published in 2015, and is brand-spanking new with fresh fonts and graphics and new pages!
➡ Mama’s Learning Corner has a large selection of Pumpkin Worksheets and Printable Activities. Click over to view them all!
Also, browse through the list of Our Favorite Pumpkin books. We read them every year. ❤
Pumpkin Cutting Worksheets
Each of the cutting worksheets in this printable packet have a fun pumpkin theme. They would make the perfect addition to your pumpkin unit study!
Have your child use her scissors to help the farmer “plant” the pumpkin seeds in the patch or “use” her fork to help eat the slice of pumpkin pie.
Simple, thick, broken lines make it easy for young learners to determine where to cut on the page.
New for 2020:
→ With the 2020 face lift, I added 4 more worksheets for a total of 10 different scenes.
→ I also included a black and white option for those of you who can’t part with the colored printer ink. (I understand!)
♥ Enjoy, My Friends!
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You may purchase the Pumpkin Cutting Worksheets here:
Do i have to glue them or how do we do this. For the pumking cutting page because i didnt understand
Hi Rosa! My kiddos just use a glue stick to glue the puzzles back together.
They love these little paper puzzles! In fact, I have several that I need to upload, so stay tuned for a few more in the coming weeks and months. 🙂
I work in a SPED class of K-1 students. This sheet is so cute & fun! I know the kids will love it. Thank you !