Pumpkin Life Cycle Sequencing Cards

There are two sets of sequencing cards to choose from:

1. Pumpkin Life Cycle Sequencing Cards – Pictures are included for the seed, sprout, plant, flower, small pumpkin on vine, big pumpkin, and jack-o-lantern or pumpkin pie. You can paste these onto another piece of paper, make a book out of them, use them in a learning center or pocket chart, etc. These printable sequencing cards are from Pumpkin Mini-Books & More.

You can download the PDF here:
Pumpkin Life Cycle Sequencing Cards

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2. Pumpkin Plant Sequencing – These steps are slightly different: 1) Soil is ready for planting seeds. 2) Seeds are planted in the soil. 3) Watering the seeds so they will grow. 4) Seeds begin to sprout. 5) The small plants grow. 6) The plants grow larger and make pumpkins.

You can download the PDF here:
Pumpkin Life Cycle Sequencing Cards

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I started A to Z Teacher Stuff in 1997 when I was getting ready for student teaching. I graduated with a B.S. in Elementary Education with an emphasis in Early Childhood. I went on to teach preschool, kindergarten, and first grade and earned my Master's degree in Education as well. I am now a teacher-mom to three children between the ages of 1 and 5.
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