3rd grade students turned a flat shape into a fat form to create a round pumpkin!
First students added some texture to their papers by rubbing different shades of brown, yellow and orange using crayons.
Then using a ruler, students drew straight lines evenly spaced across the back of the paper.
After cutting out the lines, students then picked 12 strips of paper to have hole punched at the ends and connected with a brass fastener.
Brown paper was used for a stem and green chenille stems twisted for their pumpkins vine. Adding facial features to turn their pumpkin into a jack o’lantern was optional.