It’s a scary time of year and kids are gearing up for costumes, trick or treating and scary movies. Here is a fun fall activities.
Who knew pumpkins are a fruit! Pumpkins need acres of room, rich soil and lots of sun so their vines can stretch out across the field. They don’t like the cold and should be planted late in spring. When we carve the pumpkin and remove all those seeds, they can be saved for planting next year, or eaten! Don’t worry you can’t grow a pumpkin in your belly, but here is a tasty way to enjoy the seeds.
Ranch Pumpkin Seeds
2 Tablespoons melted butter
Pinch of Salt
1 Tablespoon Ranch Dressing Mix
2 cups raw pumpkin seeds
-For more fun facts about growing plants read The Tree That Bear Climbed, Sylvan Dell’s November free eBook of the Month. http://www.sylvandellpublishing.com/bookpage.php?id=TreeBear.