Even though learning about apples and their life cycle can be done year-round, the smell of freshly picked apples in the fall is amazing, making it the perfect time to incorporate apples into your homeschool or school studies. Here are some fun and exciting resources for learning about apples.
Learning about the life cycle of apples is so much fun with these free and easy to prepare printables. Mostly aimed at younger children, the notebooking pages and flip book can be used with older ones.
These Apple Readers are a great way to introduce young children to the life cycle of an apple. With these three different readers, they will be able to work on their reading and handwriting skills as well.
With this apple lapbook, young children will learn all about apples and their life cycle, all while working on their math and literacy skills.
With this Apple Printable Pack, children will not only completing a variety of activities relating to the life cycle of an apple, but they will also be working on their math and literacy skills.
These Apple Counting Mats are a great way to work on counting skills with an apple theme. Or maybe they would enjoy these Apple Seed Counting Mats instead. They can easily be incorporated in an apple unit for young children.
Aimed at slightly older children, this Apple Flip Book is a great way for children to record what they have learnt while studying apples.
With these notebooking pages, children of a variety of ages will be able to record their research of many things that relate to apples, what they are used in as well as their life cycle.
Children may enjoy creating a Clove Apple, just like Ma Ingalls did in the Little House books series. They can decorate their study area with this delicious smelling apple!
If you even have an overabundance of apples, here are 20 Things you never knew you could with apples to give you some ideas.
Stacey is a homeschooling Christian mum trying to live a simple, frugal, healthy life. She lives with her husband and two gorgeous boys in the sunshine state of Queensland, Australia. You can check out her blog at Simple Living Creative Learning where you find printables, kids activities, homemaking resources, homeschooling encouragement, and even some recipes!