Click on the pattern below that your kids want to carve, then print that page, tape the top to a medium sized pumpkin and trace the outside lines of the template to transfer the pattern to the pumpkin. You can find kid-safe pumpkin carving kits wherever halloween supplies are sold. Most grocery stores and drug stores offer age appropriate carving tools for your kids carving activity.
The black cat carving pattern above and the witches hat and bat directly below are a little more challenging to carve, but worth the extra effort when you put them on your porch to watch over trick-or-treaters on your doorstep.
Finally, there are two frightfully hard patterns to carve that parents may want to help with (or just choose to carve themselves) while the kids are working on their easier patterns. Have fun with this great yearly project and have a HAPPY HALLOWEEN!
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