You'd think after 2 weeks I wouldn't bother posting about our Halloween crafts, but I am. ;) We did quite a few crafts/activities and I had a ton of things planned, but remember my post two days ago about being lazy? Yeah, the laziness crept in with these activities.
One morning we did a matching game and a few puzzles that I made last year. Since it was sort of a last minute thing that we did, I didn't get me picture out until later in the morning after we had done quite a few things.
No such luck. The minute I cut into it, she complained about the smell and didn't really want to be a part of it. She did direct me in what kind of face to carve. She wanted mad.
Since Mackenzie wasn't really into the pumpkin carving, I let her draw on the big pumpkin. According to her, this pumpkin is surprised - mouth open, teeth showing. ;) The red circles are his cheeks and she even drew his nostrils (looks like a pig). I'm not quite sure what the squiggly line around he eye is, but this is what she wanted it to look like, so whatever.
2 Teaching Mommies pumpkin pack. She loves to do these observation sheets because she doesn't really need my help. The pictures make it fairly easy for her to figure out the question. The bottom left picture in the collage is her listening to the pumpkin to see if it makes sounds. It doesn't. ;)
After the pumpkin was carved and the seeds were all dried out, we made a pumpkin seed booklet from the Daily Alphabet, although I think I downloaded it through teachers pay teachers.
This was a cute little tracing sheet that made her really pay attention when the lines crossed.