In only about a month and a half it will be officially fall! Yay! Can you tell it’s my very favorite season? And with fall, of course, comes Back to School and apples! So, I want to share this Seasons of the Apple Tree Printables and Activities resource that I updated with new activities. And maybe you can share some of your activities with me as well.
Seasons of the Apple Tree Printables and Activities
There were originally only 3 activities in the Seasons of the Apple Tree resource
- Seasons of the Apple Tree teaching cards with header. These can be used to teach the seasons of the apple tree, posted as a resource in your classroom, used as flashcards, or for sequencing in small groups, Centers/Work Stations, pocketchart or independent study.
- Seasons of the Apple Tree labeling activity. This can be used in a small group, Center/Work Station or independent work. Students use the seasons word cards to label each apple tree with the correct season. More advanced students can write the words on the cards with an erasable pen/marker.
- The last activity is a follow up student activity sheet which can be used as independent work, in conjunction with the small group or Center/Work Station activity or as an assessment.
Students color, and cut out the apple trees, then glue them in the correct order on the additional page. Or, they can fold a piece of construction paper or paper into fourths, then number each section 1-4 in order and glue the apple trees to the page (don’t forget the header!). If using construction paper, you can have them label each tree if desired (write or use extra included labels)
What I added was this! The fun stuff that teaches sequencing and labeling the apple trees by seasons and sequencing and labeling seasonal pictures. The kids will be so involved coloring, cutting and gluing, they’ll almost forget they’re learning!
OH! I forgot I also added full page colored mini seasonal apple tree posters to display in the classroom. Take a look!
I created this resource on the request of a kindergarten teacher friend. So what are some of the ways you’d use something like this? Or what do you do in your classroom? You can share your ideas in the comments below.
To grab these fun activities for your class, click here!
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