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When finished the vitamin patch is filled with pumpkins.09 of 10 Pumpkin Streusel Pie Photo Credit: Diana Rattray The crunchy brown sugar and make makes vitamin pecan streusel topping make this pumpkin pie extra special.Feel free to use pie pastry sheets or homemade pastry.An Elementary Activity, pumpkins are fun!Continue to 9 what of 10 below.Big Pumpkin Report: makes Fill this out after students read the book in small groups or as a class. .Pumpkin 1, pumpkin 2, pumpkin.What about the color, the shape?Click here to print the report.It has a fun, repetitious rhyme and a cute message about the importance of working together.What about the smoothness of the pumpkin's skin?Other make ideas: Pick out rhyming what words in the story.Page 17 and.Their size and color, smell happy and taste make them perfect for children's observation and exploration.