So here you have it, a very easy fall pumpkin craft for toddlers or preschoolers.
I couldn’t be more excited to dive in to fall by making this easy pumpkin craft with my toddler! If you’re anything like me, I love crafts that are easy and that use supplies we have on hand. This pumpkin craft just sorta happened because I poured the last glass of milk and thought the milk jug would make a fun pumpkin. I am all about repurposing materials with my toddler because they are interesting to him (and free!) and it keeps craft time fun and fresh!
Orange and Green Paint
Paper for the face
Paint brush (optional)
Start by rinsing the milk jug and keep the cap. Put some paint on a plate. We mixed red and yellow paint to make orange. Let the fun begin! Let your little artist use their hands or brushes to paint the milk jug orange.Paint the spout and cap green. Go ahead and let the paint dry but put your little artist to work on a funny or scary face. Cut the desired design for the pumpkin face and then, glue the face on to the pumpkin.
Your easy repurposed fall pumpkin craft for kids is complete!
After it dries, let your artist find the pumpkin a home! Too fun!
So what do you think, does this look easy, peasy, pumpkin squeezy?!