When the weather starts cooling off in America, many areas are able to witness the beautiful seasons’ change approaching. The time of year brings fall themes to your homeschools like apples, pumpkins, and trees. This life cycle of an apple tree FREE workbook is a great resource to use in your fall lessons. However, don’t wait too long to grab these, as it is only available until 8/16/2019!
I just introduced my kids to apple slices and peanut butter. I am not sure why I never shared this awesome snack before with them. Bad mom! Anyway, they are completely hooked now! ‘Tis the season. Apple everything.
As an early learning teacher, I enjoyed teaching about apples and their life cycle. I also had a name tree with all my students’ names velcroed on a laminated apple on the tree. If they didn’t behave that day their apple will be put at the bottom of the tree. I would bring in my crockpot during this time of year and mix some water apple slices and cinnamon on automatic during the day so my whole classroom will smell like the fall as well.
This FREE life cycle apple tree workbook is from an updated set of worksheets from Living, Life, and Learning. Since I am not in the U.S. right now, I want to encourage you to please take your kids apple picking if you could! It’s one of those things you never make the time to do and don’t even think about much until you can’t do it anymore.
Enjoy the fall, enjoy apple-picking and use this super cute workbook for your kids to learn all about them.
If you need any apple-themed books then these resources will be a great place to start:
How Do Apples Grow?Apples and PumpkinsApples, Apples Everywhere!: Learning About Apple Harvests (Autumn)My Little Golden Book About Johnny AppleseedBad Apple: A Tale of FriendshipGoodbye Summer, Hello Autumn
Grab your apple tree life cycle workbook for kids (LIMITED TIME ONLY) shared by In All You Do.
Jeannette is a wife, mother and homeschooling mom. She has been mightily, saved by grace and is grateful for God’s sovereignty throughout her life’s journey. She has a Bachelor in English Education and her MBA. Jeannette is bi-lingual and currently lives in the Tongan Islands of the South Pacific. She posts daily freebies for homeschoolers!