Apple Tree Craft with Counting Math Activity for Fall, Autumn, Johnny Appleseed
As you explore apples, students practice fine motor and visual-spatial skills with this apple tree counting craft activity! Students create apple tree crafts during morning work, center / station time, indoor recess, or for fast finisher work! Three options are included to best meet the needs of your little learners! During your science lesson, you might discuss the apple life cycle as you prepare students for this activity! During your math lesson, students use red paint, crayons, or markers to add apples to their trees! Teacher or students fill in the blanks. You might write numbers with yellow markers for students to trace, for example. Add your apple trees to a bulletin board for a sweet little Fall display!
Pages 1-3: Product Details
Page 4: coloring option (option 1)
Page 5: tree top, trunk, grass (option 2)
Page 6: tree top, grass (option 3)
Page 7: trunk (3) (option 3)
Books that are great to accompany this craft include, but are certainly not limited to the following:
- The Seasons of Arnold's Apple Tree by Gail Gibbons
- The Apple Pie Tree by Zoe Hall
- Apple Farmer Annie by Monica Wellington
- Autumn Is for Apples by Michelle Knudson
- Apple Picking Time by Michele Slawson
- Ten Red Apples by Pat Hutchins
- The Biggest Apple Ever by Steven Kroll
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-provides engaging, hands-on fine-motor practice while learning across the curriculum
-easily differentiated kindergarten activities, based on student needs and also allows room for teacher choice
-includes consistent layouts; easy for students to understand
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