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The children crumple up the paper and then toss it into the basket from different distances! Book Suggestions for the Library. Materials: In advance cut out many apples using three different sizes and using three different colors red, green, yellow. The children can use these to place in order of small medium large; sort by color; sort by size; count. Materials: In advance, cut out 10 apple shapes from construction paper make several sets so several children can do this activity at the same time.
Draw apple seed shapes on them in increasing number 1, 2, 3. Provide apple seeds in a cup for the children to place the correct number of seeds on each apple. Cut out apple shapes from construction paper use apple colors! Write a number on each apple. Laminate the apples and add velcro to the backs. Add velcro to random places on the apple tree.
The children place the numbers on the tree. You can do this at circle time give each child an apple and ask "Who has the number 1? Please place it on our tree! Then, leave this at the math station or in your Library area for the children to use on their own. Materials: Small paper plates, markers or crayons, stapler, seeds. The children decorate the paper plates. Staple the plates together leaving small opening.
The children add seeds to the opening and you finish stapling it closed. Use these as music makers for a parade, to use while dancing to music, etc.
Add sand, twigs, green and red sponge pieces and tissue paper to your sand table! Place pieces of string or yarn, apples, paper and markers in your science area.
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The children choose an apple and wrap the yarn around it to see how wide their apple is. There are many things you can do with the results. You can make a "My Apple Book" see Writing Activities section at the bottom of this page for this information ; have the children cut the string once they measure and tape it to a piece of paper under their name. The children can then compare the different sizes of apples by comparing the strings. Provide magnifying glasses and all types of apples and apple items for the children to explore such as:.
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Preschool Apple Theme
This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed. Shop Cart Checkout Account. Home Meet Mrs. September is finally here which means we are in full back to school mode. We are busy, busy, busy, learning and playing every day which means we have LOTS to share! This week we started with a fall favorite, Apples!
Apples – Preschool Theme
Here were our plans for the week:. This year we will be upping our read aloud game by practicing lots of comprehension, vocabulary and print concepts. Before reading I gave Madelynn sticky notes to label the front and back cover. This book describes the life cycle of an apple from the beginning to end. Afterwards we practiced retelling the life cycle using picture cards. For more nonfiction learning, we read Apples by Gail Gibbons. This book has a lot of great information, but we focused mainly on the diagram of the inside of an apple.
Afterwards we used apple picture and word cards to match and discuss the parts of an apple.
25 Apple Theme Activities for Preschool
Before reading, we practiced answering questions and making predictions. Madelynn has been very interested in pointing to the words in stories while I read to her each night, so for our last book each week we are going to be using emergent readers to begin tracking print. This week Madelynn identified the picture then pointed to each word as she read.
Related Preschool Themed Activities: Apples
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