Use your left over pool noodles from summer for this Roll and Stamp Pumpkin Patch number art game! Roll, count, and stamp to create a cute pumpkin patch artwork for kids to take home and hang on their fridge.
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Roll and Stamp Pumpkin Patch Art Game
Learning Objective: Explore a variety of art materials.
- Pool noodle piece
- Orange and green paint
- Paper plate
- White paper
How to Set Up the Roll and Stamp Pumpkin Patch Game
- First, set the newspaper on your painting area.
- Then, put the orange paint on a paper plate. Spread thinly.
- Next, place the pool noodle piece next to the paint.
- Last, set a piece of paper next to the paper plate.
How to Play
- First, the child rolls the die and count the number of dots.
- Then they stamp the same number of orange circles aka pumpkins in their pumpkin patch.
- Repeat steps 1-2 three or more times until their paper is full of pumpkins.
- Afterwards, allow the orange pumpkins to dry.
- Finally, have the child paint one green stem on each pumpkin. They can also paint the vine if desired.
Roll and Stamp Pumpkin Patch Game Variations
- Give all children a specific number of pumpkins to stamp on their paper.
- Stamp a few pumpkins. Let them dry and have the children cut them out.
- When dry, write the numbers in order in the middle of each pumpkin.
Literacy Connections to Pumpkin Pattern Path:
The Biggest Pumpkin Ever
Pete the Cat: Five Little Pumpkins
From Seed to Pumpkin (Let’s-Read-and-Find-Out Science 1)
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