Make this pumpkin patch paper hat for your kids to wear on the family visit to the pumpkin farm!
This paper crown features three pumpkins of different sizes in a fall decor with leaves in the air.
While the headband is great for any fall day to make and wear, it can particularly goes well for Thanksgiving day. While mom is busy in the kitchen cooking, kids can grab their coloring pencils and work on the paper hats. Or print a crown for each guest and make them while waiting for the meal to be served. Family members of all ages can work together on their pumpkin patch paper hats.
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Easy to use in the classroom with your students, in case you are a teacher, or at home, this fall paper craft is great for toddlers and preschoolers. If you make it with preschoolers, check out also this pumpkin shape matching activity, which lets kids match the shape pumpkins with the shape names.
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The template comes with colored and black and white versions.
The colored version is print-ready for cutting.
Cutting helps children build hand-eye coordination and bilateral muscle cooperation using right and left hands. It also strengthens hands and builds dexterity.
The black and white version is for coloring.
Coloring has many benefits for children, including improvement in color recognition, small motor development, hand-eye coordination, pattern identification, creativity, design planning, and focus. Try crayons, colored pencils, markers or other options to make it your own!
Pumpkin fun fact
Pumpkins have an average of 500 seeds each. Remove the seeds from the pumpkin guts and wash them for baking, art projects or planting!
Pumpkin patch paper hat
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How to make the pumpkin headband
Print the headband on white paper.
Color the front piece (if using the black and white version) and cut it out.
Tape two side panels to the front piece.
Bend the headband into a circle. Wrap it around the kid’s head to check for fit. Tape the ends together.