Answer: Well first you get a carving knife and carve any face in your pumpkin. Then you make the inside of the pumpkin hollow- and stick the appropriate size candle in your pumpkin and then you have a glowing pumpkin!
Answer: The origin of "pumpkin" comes from the Middle French word "pumpion," meaning melon, and the earlier Greek and Latin word "pepon," which also means melon. The addition of -kin is attributed to Middle English; it is a suffix that means "small."
Answer: The pumpkin seed comes from the pumpkin plant from the genus Cucurbita. The plants are mainly vining, though there are few bushing vareities. The plants have large green fuzzy leaves. The vines can reach 12 feet and length. The vines grow male and female flowers which are yellow in color. The pollen comes from the male flower, and into the female flower which after a successful pollination begins to grow the pumpkin. See the round ball at the base of this female flower? After pollination, that ball begins to grow. The flower dies and falls off, but that ball grows and becomes the pumpkin.