Pumpkin Handprint Name Puzzle Craft

Pumpkin Handprint Name Puzzles promote name and letter recognition, creativity, and problem-solving skills. These puzzles are simple to make with only a few household items. All you need is paint, a marker, and craft sticks.

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Are you looking for the perfect fall keepsake? Our Pumpkin Handprint Name puzzle is just the thing you want! These Pumpkin Handprint Puzzle is not only perfect to be the perfect gift to send home to families during the fall season but also a great name recognition activity for early learners. It is super easy and simple to make. This pumpkin handprint name puzzle craft is the perfect name-recognition and problem-solving activity for preschool and kindergarten students. Grab some popsicle/craft sticks, tape, paint, markers, and a picture of your student to get started today! 

Supplies Required

  • popsicle sticks
  • paint
  • marker
  • tape

Line up the craft sticks (number depends on how many letters in your student’s name) and paint your student’s hand with orange paint. Press their hand onto the craft sticks to create a “pumpkin shape.” Then, using the marker, write your student’s name at the bottom of the craft sticks – remember one letter per stick! Finish off the activity by drawing a jack-o-lantern face, stem, and vines. 

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