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Pumpkin rolling

Something my son came up with one his own and really enjoyed it. He used our slide and the hill in our yard to roll these pumpkins down over and over again. Running to catch the pumpkin after he let it go.Took a lot of energy out of this little guy but was the perfect activity to get him out and about. Another way to add to this is to add card bored or long paper to the end of the slide and place paint on the slide for the pumpkins to roll down and make art as they roll along.  


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