Nothing says autumn quite like a big orange colored pumpkin. In many countries, the transition from summer to winter is celebrated by carving unique faces into pumpkins, and of course, baking delicious pumpkin pies.
This autumn season, spend some valuable time with your family reflecting on the previous few months and planning ahead for the second part of the year.
Our pumpkin coloring pages will surely fill your home with warm smiles and happy hearts.
And while your busy enjoying coloring in these funny looking veggies, here are a few fun facts about pumpkins that you can share with your little ones.
The word “pumpkin” showed up for the first time in the fairy tale Cinderella.
The original jack-o’-lanterns were made with turnips and potatoes by the Irish.
Each pumpkin has about 500 seeds.
The largest pumpkin pie that was ever baked weighed 2,020 pounds or 916 kilograms!