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Build a Pumpkin Freebie! LINK IS FIXED!


Click HERE to download the file.


Last year,  I shared this fun activity we did with pumpkins and a sweet friend asked me to upload and share the spinner and recording sheet.  So here it is!  Just click on the picture to download it.
All you need to do is laminate the spinner and add a paper clip and a brad.   
To play the students take turns spinning the spinner to see which piece they get to add to the jack o' lantern.  
For the pumpkin pieces you can purchase them at Wal-mart.  Make sure you take a picture of your little pumpkins with their one of a kind Jack o'lanterns.  

22 comments:

  1. Thank you Deanna!! :)
    I have all of the pieces ready to go and this was all I needed. Can't wait to try it in the classroom! Thank you so much!!

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  2. LOVE this game! Now I have a wonderful activity for next week that I know my kiddies will love!

    Ѽ Alessia
    Mrs. Albanese’s Kindergarten Class

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  3. Oh, hope it's not just me, but it won't allow me to view/upload it on Google docs. AHHH!!!

    Ѽ Alessia
    Mrs. Albanese’s Kindergarten Class

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    1. Just fixed the link! YIKES! So sorry about that!

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  4. Boo...I tried to download it but google says I haven't been granted access...!?!
    Katrina
    kcal88@gmail.com

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  7. Super cute idea! Just what we needed for kiddos to do after helping carve pumpkins and creating a pumpkin glyph!! Thanks a bunch! Do you think Mr. Potato Head pieces will work!! By the way, congrats on all your success!!

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  8. So much fun! I can't wait to try it with my loves!
    Mary
    Sharing Kindergarten

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  10. Thanks so much for the freebie! The kiddos will LOVE this!!
    Christy :)
    Mrs. Christy’s Leaping Loopers

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  11. Wonderful blog Mrs.Jump! Enjoyed very much! I am smack the baby on the butt brand new at bloggy world and just created my very first! Granted I'm still working out the kinks, it's been a lot of fun! Thank you for the inspiration!

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  12. And to think I just took Mr. Potato Head to the Good Will! Yikes

    ~Alison

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  13. Mrs. Jump, I enjoy your blog so much! You are so creative and talented! I have been trying to download your Stretchy the Word Snake from a 2010 post, but it isn't uploading in Adobe. Is there anyway you could re-download it or e-mail it to me? I would appreciate it so much! I know it will help my students with segmenting and blending.

    Elizabeth
    Becrafte@gmail.com

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  14. Thanks Deanna! You are always awesome! My principal is being a little over board with the CCSS standards and we pretty much have to be able to explain where each activity falls with the common core. When she sees kids coloring she is skeptical. How does this fit into the CCSS? I just want to be ready!

    AND, I am about to do your veteran's activity (getting it ready) could I relate him to shapes? HELP!

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  15. Hi Deanne! I have written before but haven't gotten reply. I am looking for your sound cards that are so precious. You know the ones, with /oo/ and /ee/ and all the sounds. You had them posted on your blog last school year but I cannot find them and would love to have the whole set. Please let me know where I can find them. Thanks, Sarah murrvilla@comcast.net

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  16. You are so sweet to share! Love your ideas!
    Michelle
    Apples and ABC's

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