Start off your day with your daily routine. Daily routines should consist of the same things everyday. See what I mentioned in my first lesson plan. Talk to your child about pumpkins. If you are bored at home, take your child pumpkin picking. Let them pick out a few different sized pumpkins.
Visual Arts: Pumpkin Painting. You will need a small or medium sized pumpkin, paint brushes and different colored washable paints. First you will need to have your child pick out a pumpkin, then have your child choose a few different colors of paint. Then put newspaper down and have your child paint the pumpkin with the paint brush. When their done, let it dry. Then put it outside to show it off.
Math: Counting the seeds. You will need a piece of white paper with the numbers 1-10 written out on it, and pumpkin seeds. Have your child count out the pumpkin seeds and put it on the correct numbers. If your child is younger they might need help counting and putting the seeds on the correct numbers. (Also if your child is younger make sure they don’t put the pumpkin seeds in their mouth).
Science: Pumpkin Bath. You will need a few medium sized pumpkins, tear free shampoo, brushes or sponges, and a container. First help your child put water and soap in the container, then have them put the pumpkins in, have your child give the pumpkins a bath. (DON’T leave your child unattended with any amount of water, make sure you are with your child the entire time they are doing this activity.)