Apple activities: Apple crafts: FREE apple patterns. Students peel red, yellow and green broken crayons and then "shave" them with a crayon sharpener to make a small pile. Children pinch a bit and sprinkle the shavings on the apple that they cut out, being careful not to get any on the area where the poem is. Teacher puts a piece of wax paper on the top and then presses down for a few seconds, with an iron on its lowest setting. Awesome!
Looking for some inspiration for fall kid crafts this year? Well, look no further because these Popsicle Stick Apples are as simple as it gets! If you are like me, you are pretty excited for the change in season. Not... Continue Reading →
Popsicle Stick Apples - Kid Craft | Make and Takes
After cutting out an "A" shape out of heavy tag board, the children ripped up pieces of scrap papers to glue on. We were going to stop there, but then we thought they needed a stem and leaf! How perfect!! **Ripping/Tearing is an excellent activity for young children. It really helps develop the strength in their tiny hands.