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Several apple themed activities

Good for math center-- must laminate first! These paper apples are some of those teacher die cut sets. The white parts are just white paper circles with seeds drawn on. Great for counting and number recognition.

Great fine motor activity that also works on number recognition and matching.  Instead of numbers you could also write letter on the sticks and box.

Great fine motor activity that also works on number recognition and matching. Instead of numbers you could also write letter on the sticks and box. And you could math problems on the sticks with answers on the box.

Apple themed activities for Kindergarten... perfect for the beginning of fall!

Apple Centers for Kindergarten {Fall theme}

Tree map: Apple themed activities perfect for the beginning of Kindergarten. perfect for the beginning of fall!

Math and a book for Kids: Counting with Ten Apples Up On Top!

Personalized Felt Counting Set with Ten Apples Up On Top

We could use this for their points Math and a book for Kids: Counting with Ten Apples Up On Top! I need to make a felt board

Love these candy corn puzzles.  I can't find a link to a printable but I think I could make them easy enough.

Uppercase/Lowercase letter match or Beginning Sounds with Candy Corn! This would be SUPER cute for a lesson or learning center for fall!

apple books. Use black marker to draw corresponding # of seeds. Then color after checked for accuracy

Month: September Grade: kindergarten Description: make a book like this and kids add "seeds" to correspond to number.

Math Activities with Counting Bears (for ages 2-8) by The Measured Mom

Math Activities with Counting Bears (for ages 2-8

This sounds like an amazing indoor gross motor activity!  The children balance-walk on the tape, "pick" one apple and "climb" back down the tree to place in a basket below the trunk.  Love it!

A is for Apple Activities

Family theme- family tree game This sounds like an amazing indoor gross motor activity! The children balance-walk on the tape, "pick" one apple and "climb" back down the tree to place in a basket below the trunk.

Really cute fall counting activity.  Works on building number sense by counting using 1:1 correspondence and matching number of objects with a printed numeral.  Also works on fine motor skills, a bonus in any special education setting.  Get the free templates for this cute activity at: http://www.childcarelandblog.com/2013/10/pumpkin-seed-counting.html

Pumpkin Seed Counting- love using tweezers. I do something similar with plastic spiders with numbers up to Math AND OT!

Learning Ordinal Numbers with Book, Room on the Broom by Julia Donaldson (from Rainy Day Mum)

Room on the Broom Learning Ordinal Numbers

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