Pumpkin Puzzle Game

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Hey teaching friends!   Who else loves fall? I adore the cooler weather, leaves falling, heading to see the Friday Night lights at our local high school football game, hayrides, cornmazes…

And don’t even get me started on the food! Cinnamon donuts, apple cider, pumpkin chocolate chip drop cookies, pumpkin rolls, hot chocolate, apple fritters, peanut butter pumpkins, and soooooo many other seasonal goodies! {Yes, I also love candy corn!}

Right now, I am having a blast with pumpkins so I decided to continue on to the theme and thought perhaps your students might enjoy a fun pumpkin puzzle.

Need an easy activity for fall? Here is a Pumpkin Puzzler Activity to get your students problem solving first thing in the morning or during center time!

This Pumpkin Puzzler Activity will get your students happy to do problem solving first thing in the morning – or during center time!

Need an easy activity for fall? Here is a Pumpkin Puzzler Activity to get your students problem solving first thing in the morning or during center time!

Fun Fall Center Activity

Want to differentiate it for different levels?   Maybe have a few of the puzzle pieces already connected and have them finish the last few.

Need an easy activity for fall? Here is a Pumpkin Puzzler Activity to get your students problem solving first thing in the morning or during center time!

Or make it more difficult by having gifted learners create their own version and trading with a friend.

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  • Black History
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Most students love puzzles and this will lend itself to critical thinking and problem solving.   

This handout includes the answer key, as well as a grayscale copy for those who prefer to use the copier rather than printing the puzzle in color on cardstock and laminating for classroom use.  Whatever you decide – I have you covered.

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Need an easy activity for fall? Here is a Pumpkin Puzzler Activity to get your students problem solving first thing in the morning or during center time!

What other seasonal fall foods would you add to my list above? I would love to hear them in a comment below.

Enjoy and happy fall all!

~Charity

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