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The Halloween holiday may be over, but that doesn’t mean that it’s time to put the pumpkins away!
There are tons of ways to incorporate them into the rest of your fall learning!
In fact, music is a fantastic learning tool all on its own, but combine the two with some of these pumpkin songs for preschoolers and you’ll keep the fun fall learning going all season long!
Pumpkin songs make a fantastic addition to your fall preschool themes regardless of whether or not you choose to celebrate Halloween and they’re all so much fun that your little ones won’t even know that they’re learning!
Songs About Pumpkins for Preschoolers
I’m a Little Pumpkin
For your littlest learners, this “I’m a Little Pumpkin” version of “I’m a Little Teapot” is an awesome way to get them up, moving, and working on their gross motor development.
5 Little Pumpkins
“5 Little Pumpkins” is another educational song that preschoolers absolutely love. While they’re making funny faces and various different noises, they’ll also be working on their counting skills at the same time!
The Parts of a Pumpkin
Want to enhance your science lesson? This parts of a pumpkin song is absolutely perfect for preschoolers! With a familiar tune and catchy lyrics that make remembering the different parts of a pumpkin easy, they’ll be singing and learning along with this pumpkin song all season long!
If you’re working with toddlers or younger preschoolers, “Mr. Pumpkin” is a song that you are definitely going to want to have in your back pocket! Super simple and so much fun, this one is easy for little ones to both learn and remember.
10 Little Pumpkins
Last, but not least, “10 Little Pumpkins” is a fun way to extend the counting practice after your little learners have mastered the shorter version. You’ll also have the opportunity to work on counting backward from 10 with this song, making it the perfect song to sing with your older preschoolers as they get ready to transition to kindergarten.