Holiday Activity: {Pumpkin Pie} Paper Craft for Kids

A holiday activity that is easy to make and smells delicious?  Check out this adorable paper craft for kids – pumpkin pie with whipped cream.  We at Kids Activities Blog love anything having to do with dessert!

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Holiday Activity

My 2 year old son’s weekly co-op always has adorable project stations for the children. Last week there was a “pumpkin pie” station that integrated sensory with art. I decided we had to do it at home. So simple.

Pumpkin Pie

Materials Needed:

  1. Two pieces of construction paper {brown for the crust and orange for the pie}
  2. Glue
  3. Shaving Cream
  4. Small Paint Brush or Popsicle Sticks to apply Puff Paint
  5. Holiday Spices like Nutmeg, Cinnamon and Ginger

 

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Paper Craft for Kids

Approach

  • Cut your “Piece of Pie” ahead of time by gluing a “triangular” or 1/3 circular shaped piece of orange construction paper onto top of a slightly larger piece of similar shaped brown construction paper.
  • Gather your spices
  • Mix your Puff Paint (shaving cream and glue)
  • Set up the project and invite the children to “top a piece of pie”
  • Encourage the children to apply the puff paint as though it were whipped cream on top of a delicious piece of pie
  • Then invite them to smell each spice. Name each spice as you smell it and then offer the children a turn to smell
  • Then ask them which spice(s) they would like to apply onto their pie and let them at it!

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Marnie

More Kids Activities

We have more holiday activity ideas for you and your little ones.  Paper crafts for kids are easy to make and allow for creative expression.  For more fun kids activities, take a look at these ideas:




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Marnie writes Carrots Are Orange, a Montessori inspired homeschooling blog she started in 2010 after the birth of her first son. She hails from Maine, a wonderfully down to earth place to grow up. Marnie moved to the west coast in 1999, currently living in Seattle with her husband and two young boys. She is pursuing Montessori certification. Marnie can be found on Facebook, Twitter @OrangeCarrots, Pinterest and Google +.