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Preschool Apple Ideas

Preschool Apple Ideas

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Using Printables: How to Make the Small Book - 3

Using Printables: How to Make the Small Book | 3 Dinosaurs

Paper plate apple with worm.

Apple Tasting Preschool @Amanda Monhollen didn't you do something like this?

Share and Remember: Apple Tasting in Preschool & Printable

Early Childhood Scribbles - apple song

Apple Tree Kids Craft - get your kids excited about Fall with this fun and easy apple picking craft!

Apple Tree Kids Craft | A Night Owl Blog

After reading Seuss's Apples Up On Top, have students create their name apples on top of their first day photo. If you use 3 different colors you can teach an ABCABC pattern, as well as that science fact. There's also a graphing extension for how many letters students have in their name. FREE templates.

Apples Up On Top Activities

apple grid games

Apple Grid Games « Mama Jenn {the blog}

Cute patterning idea...

Izzie, Mac and Me: Tot School

Apple Roll & Color

apple counting

Apple Dice/Dot Counting Game

apple pocket chart

Froggy Friends Fun: AMAZING APPLES!


Farmer Brown Chart

corn cob holders great idea

Roll an Apple Tree Roll an Apple is a dice game. Students roll a single die and then fill in the corresponding apple. They only get to fill in one apple each roll. Students can use crayons, markers, or the ever so popular...Do-a-Dot Markers to fill in the apples.

An Apple (is, has) chart (make chart into shape of large apple)

apple number sequencing

My Montessori Journey

Worm & Apple Match (numbers to dots)

Apple Basket Counting Activity; 1:1 Correspondence

good teacher student center. plan to use numbers for recognition.

Apple center to work on in groups


2-Ingredient Cinnamon Apple Cake: 1 can of apple pie filling and 1 box of Angel food cake (dry mix only). Combine both ingredients in a bowl. Transfer to greased 9x13 pan and bake at 350 deg. for 20 minutes or until top browns.

Red Apple Collage

Mrs. Karen's Preschool Ideas: "A" Week