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If you are looking for a fun recycled plastic bottle caps activity that is themed for Halloween and Fall, this is it!
I love how recycled bottle caps can be used in so many fun ways – for early learning, to gain fine motor benefits..
This time around I set forth this really fun pumpkin activity!
You can talk about colors, learn about counting, patterns, skip counting..
Let’s get into how you can go about putting this simple pumpkin activity together as well.
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That is all you will need for this simple kids activity!
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Learning about Pumpkins Preschool Activity
Pumpkin activities for kids are so much fun!
This one not only is fun for learning about colors.
You can go about learning how to count and all while gaining the benefits of fine motor play.
This is a great preschool theme activity for learning about the colors Orange and Green.
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Learning about pumpkins preschool
If you are interested in learning about more pumpkin lesson plans for kids?
Here are some fun pumpkin ideas and activities that we have tried:
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How to put together this simple Halloween Recycled Bottle Cap Activity
Here are the steps I took to put together this simple activity:
Use double sided tape to add recycled bottle caps onto a baking tray.
Tip: Create a fun shape, letter or themed item; I made a pumpkin.
Then, set aside orange and green wool balls.
Bring forth a fine motor tool or not.
Then, add the colored pom poms/wool balls to the bottled caps for a fun learning activity themed for October.
As you add the pom poms/ wool balls practice counting and talking about the colors – orange and green.
If you have a fine motor tool, practice grabbing the pom poms balls with a fine motor tool for gaining the benefits of fine motor skills!
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I hope you enjoy this simple pumpkin activity and try it out too!
Have you made any fun pumpkin activities lately? What fun activities have you tried?
If you have, please share below. Maybe we can try them out too!
Enjoy and happy learning!