When I didn't get any pumpkins for fall, I sent out a desperate plea to the parents of my students. They responded in the form of eighteen large pumpkins, two small pumpkins, and one giant gourd. It was a slightly ridiculous situation, one I will possibly post more on later. But, it was also the beginning of the newest dramatic play center: the pumpkin patch. Since we were planning a trip to the real pumpkin patch, it was good to get some practice picking our pumpkins.
Check out counter where you pay for your pumpkin.
Light Table with number plates and small acrylic pumpkins.
The pumpkin patch with overalls and scarecrow costume for dress up.
Decorate your own magnet jack-o-lantern. Different shapes are in the nearby basket.
The fall pumpkin patch center!
Fall sensory bin with pumpkins, leaves, spider, skeletons, corn, beans, seeds, etc.