Use the digital or printable version of this Spanish Counting to 10 activity to practice number recognition in English and Spanish!

Count and Clip! Acorn Spanish Counting to 10 Cards

Learning to count is such an important skill for early learners.

Which is why we cover it repeatedly in early grades.

But it’s also an important skill for students who are learning another language.

And it’s doubly important for early ESL students.

So I wanted to share a fun fall-themed counting activity that works in both English and Spanish – these Acorn Spanish Counting to 10 Cards!

Digital and Print Spanish Acorn Counting to 10 Activity

These are a fantastic hands-on resource for math centers in kindergarten.

And if you prefer to use digital activities with your students, there’s a digital Acorn Spanish Counting Activity too!

Read on to see how to get either (or both) of these for use with your students.

Want more ways to practice counting? Don’t miss our Candy Bag Skip Counting Center Activity!

Learn how to use number words to count to ten in Spanish with these Spanish counting to ten cards for autumn! Perfect for fall math centers in early grades!

Printable Acorn Spanish Counting to 10 Cards

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Spanish Acorn Count and Clip Cards

This product includes:

  • 11 color Spanish number word squirrel and acorn count and clip cards
  • 11 color English number word squirrel and acorn count and clip cards
  • A full answer key
  • A line art version of the Spanish number word clip cards
  • A line art version of the English number word clip cards
  • And a set of instructions!

English and Spanish Counting to Ten Clip Cards

This is an excellent cardinality activity for students to use during autumn!

Simply cut out each card and review the number words in both Spanish and English.

Let students practice counting the acorns in each picture and finding the correct Spanish (or English) number word to match the picture!

Printable Spanish Number Word Counting to 10 Cards

If you want to use these at centers, print them on cardstock or laminate them for durability.

You may even want to put them on a ring and let students practice circling the correct number words with dry erase markers.

To teach Spanish number words for counting to ten, print the answer key cards and place them in morning tubs for review!

Spanish Counting to 10 Cards for Kids

Need to save on ink? Use the included line art version instead!

See this activity in action in the video below!

Looking for a digital activity instead? Keep reading!

Use the digital or printable version of this Spanish Counting to 10 activity to practice number recognition in English and Spanish!

Digital Acorns Spanish Counting to Ten Activity

To use the digital acorns Spanish counting to ten activity, you’ll need the following:

  • A copy of our Digital Spanish Acorn Counting Activity (link follows in the post)
  • Digital device (We use these Google Chromebooks) or a touch device such as an iPad (optional)
Spanish Acorn Counting to 10 Digital Activity

Early learners absolutely adore completing assignments on touch devices and laptops.

So this digital Acorn Spanish Number Words Counting to Ten Activity is a perfect fit for fall math!

On each slide, students can count the number of acorns and drag the checkmark to the correct number word (in both Spanish and English).

Get a look at this activity in action in the video below!

Scroll down to get the printable or digital version of this Spanish Counting to 10 Activity!

Try more ways to teach early learners to count!

Pick up this bee themed counting one more and one less math center to help early learners practice counting on during spring!
Use these fun pirate themed counting to ten puzzles to help early learners practice cardinality!
Help students practice skip counting by 5, 100, and 1000 with this hands on candy bag skip counting activity! Laminate these to reuse at second grade math centers!

To get your set of the printable Acorn Spanish Counting to 10 Cards, click the image or the link below to visit my Teachers Pay Teachers store!

Printable Acorn Themed Spanish Counting to Ten Cards

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To get the digital Spanish Acorn Counting to Ten Activity, click the image or the link below to get it from my TPT store!

Digital Spanish Acorn Counting to 10 Activity for Kids

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Teach early learners how to recognize same and different objects with these fall themed acorn same or different worksheets!

Acorns Alike! Acorn Same or Different Worksheets

Until a couple of years ago, we had a massive oak tree in our front yard.

And I mean – massive.

Every year, the yard would be covered with fallen oak leaves and acorns.

Walking through the yard, the kids would always pick up the acorns and play with them.

We noticed that acorns look the same from far away. But when you examine them up close, you can see differences in them – colors, shapes, weight, and sizes.

So I thought acorns would make another excellent theme for visual discrimination in these acorn same or different worksheets!

Simple Acorn Same or Different Worksheets for Kids

This same or different activity is an excellent resource for early fall centers! Or you could use them as a one-time lesson with no prep at all.

Read on to see how to get your set.

And, for more fun fall ideas for early ages, take a look at our list of preschool leaf science activities!

Teach early learners how to recognize same and different objects with these fall themed acorn same or different worksheets!

Acorns Alike! Acorn Same or Different Worksheets

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Printable Acorn Same and Different Worksheets

This product includes:

  • Two find the same acorns worksheets
  • Two find the different acorn worksheets
  • Two find the same acorns line art worksheets
  • Two find the different acorn line art worksheets
  • A full answer key
  • And a set of instructions!

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Fall Themed Same and Different Worksheets

All of the acorns are the same size, so this is not a size discrimination lesson.

It’s a visual discrimination activity to help early learners practice spotting visual differences.

Acorn Same or Different Worksheets for Kids

The acorns sport adorable fall-themed patterns to give little ones a bit of a challenge, especially since some of them feature the same colors.

Printable Acorn Themed Same or Different Activity

Need to save on ink? A line art version is also included!

Acorn Themed Same or Different Worksheets

Use the answer key to grade submissions.

Or you can let students review the answer key for one of the pages before beginning to work on the remaining activities.

Acorn Same or Different Recognition Activity

Planning to use this at centers?

Print the pages at half-size and laminate them. Then let students complete them with dry erase markers or crayons.

Wipe them clean afterward and you’re ready to start over the next day!

See this product in action in the video below!

Scroll down to get your copy of these Acorn Same or Different Worksheets!

Try some of these other fall early learning ideas!

This fun and easy leaf matching file folder game is a fun color recognition activity for little ones!
Practice early geometry skills with this fun apple themed shape tracing activity!
These simple leaf science activities for preschoolers are perfect for a fall science unit!

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Acorn Same or Different Worksheets

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These printable apple preschool scissor skills worksheets are a fun way to practice fine motor skills with preschoolers!

Apple Harvest! Apple Cutting Practice Worksheets

Working with cutting practice can be a little bit boring for little ones.

After all, what’s fun about just tracing lines up and down a page with a pair of scissors?

Which is why it’s fun to add themes to scissor cutting practice!

Kids may not like the idea of “practicing” but they will love putting apples in the apple basket when they use these preschool apple cutting practice worksheets!

Printable Apple Themed Scissor Skill Worksheets for Kids

With our little one, all I had to do was hand her the printables and say “See if you can use the scissors to get the apple to the basket” and she was off!

Apple Themed Scissor Skill Printables for Kids

If these worksheets go over well with your kids, be sure to try some of our other preschool worksheets and activities, including our racecar scissor skills printables or our apple preschool counting puzzles!

These printable apple preschool scissor skills worksheets are a fun way to practice fine motor skills with preschoolers!

Apple Harvest! Apple Cutting Practice Worksheets

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Printable Apple Scissor Skill Worksheets

Each of these scissor skills printables features a different dashed line for kids to cut.

Apple Scissor Skills Printables for Kids

One has a wavy line moving from left to right, and one has a wavy line moving from right to left.

Printable Apple Themed Scissor Skills Worksheets

A third has a straight line, and the last has an extra curvy line.

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Using Scissor Skills Worksheets with Preschoolers

These would be a great fit for a preschool apple unit, but you could really use them any time of year.

Apple Scissor Skills Worksheets for Kids

Let the kids know it’s okay if the lines aren’t cut perfectly. After all, we’re learning, right?

Apple Scissor Skill Printables for Preschool

Be sure to serve some fun apple snacks afterward!

Apple Scissor Cutting Practice

Get a look at this product in action in the video below!

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Don’t miss these other apple-themed learning ideas for kids!

Work on early literacy skills with this fun fall apple CVC word literacy activity!
Practice early geometry skills with this fun apple themed shape tracing activity!
These 20 apple preschool books make wonderful read aloud selections for fall in early learning classrooms!
Printable Apple Preschool Scissor Skills Worksheets

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Share this When the Leaf Blew In Storybook Extension to help early learners understand this classic fall story!

When the Leaf Blew In Printables for Kids

These When the Leaf Blew In printables are a fun way to extend this classic fall story with early learners!

Fall is just around the corner!

And that means it’s a great time to break out some classic kids’ books about fall. 

One of our favorites is “When the Leaf Blew In”, a sweet sequencing story that describes how one leaf blowing into a barn set off a chain reaction that involved all the animals on the farm.

So to extend this story, we whipped up some fun When the Leaf Blew In printables for early learners!

Fun When the Leaf Blew In Storybook Extension

Read on to see how to get your copy of these early learning printables for preschool and kindergarten!

And for more fall reading fun, check out our printable Fall Reading Journal kids can use this autumn!

Share this When the Leaf Blew In Storybook Extension to help early learners understand this classic fall story!

When the Leaf Blew In Printables for Kids

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Printable Activities for When the Leaf Blew In

This set of early learning printables includes:

  • A printable picture and word matching activity
  • A printable line tracing activity
  • Counting by ten flashcards
  • A printable word tracing activity
  • A printable story sequencing activity
  • And a full answer key!
When the Leaf Blew In Printables for Kids

Start by sharing the story with the kids.

Be sure to let them take time to look at the pictures. (They’ll be helpful hints for the activities.)

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When the Leaf Blew In Counting by Ten Flashcards

Kids can practice counting by ten with these leaf counting by ten flashcards!

When the Leaf Blew In Line Tracing Activity

They can trace the path of the leaf as it blew through the barn!

Printable When the Leaf Blew In Word Tracing Activity

They can also practice handwriting by tracing simple words from the story.

When the Leaf Blew In Sequencing Activity

And, since the leaf disrupted the day of so many different farm animals, kids can match up the animals with the order in which they appeared in the story.

Printable When the Leaf Blew In Sequencing Activity

Be sure to use the answer key to check your child’s responses!

Scroll down to get your copy of our When the Leaf Blew In printables!

Check out these other fall learning activities!

This fun and easy leaf matching file folder game is a fun color recognition activity for little ones!
Practice telling same and different objects apart with these same or different leaf worksheets!
These kids' books about leaves are packed with gorgeous illustrations - perfect for reading this fall!

 

 

 

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When the Leaf Blew In Storybook Extension

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Use these realistic leaf identification activity cards to help students recognize common tree species!

Falling Leaves! Leaf Identification Flashcards and Matching Activity

Fall is nearly here!

I love summer, but fall is a close runner-up for my favorite time of year.

The leaves change colors, the weather gets cool, plus we get to start baking and knitting!

So I thought I’d share a set of printable leaf identification flashcards!

These are perfect for fall learning, but you can really use them anytime of the year.

They’d also be great for a spring unit, since that’s when plants begin to flower again.

Matching Up Leaf Identification Flashcards

I am woefully ignorant about plant species, so I learned quite a bit by making these.

I hope you and your students enjoy them as well!

Plus, keep reading to see how to get a set of expanded leaf identification activity cards for your class too!

Be sure to check out our other fall printables, including our Fall Sight Word Flashcards and our Fall Alphabet and Number Playdough Mats!

These printable leaf identification flashcards are a fun way to get kids interested in nature!

What’s In the Free Printable Flashcards: Leaf Identification Flashcards Set?

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Printable Leaf Identification Flashcards

In this pack, you’ll find printable flashcards for eight different leaves, including:

  • Ash
  • Oak
  • Maple
  • Ivy
  • Fern
  • Birch
  • Grape
  • And Ficus

Using Leaf Identification Flashcards with Kids

One set includes both the leaf pictures and names, while a second set features the leaf names only.

Another set includes just the pictures if you’d like to do a review or a matching game.

 

Free Printable Flashcards: Leaf Identification - Look! We're Learning!

 

Scroll down to get your free printable leaf identification flashcards!

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Use these realistic leaf identification activity cards to help students recognize common tree species!

Printable Leaf Identification Activity Cards

Want to turn this lesson into a reusable activity for science centers?

Pick up the expanded version of these leaf identification cards!

Realistic Leaf Identification Cards

This set of leaf identification flashcards includes 12 different plant species!

In addition to the leaf vector drawing cards, this set includes realistic plant pictures to use on a nature walk.

Leaf Identification Cards Matching Activity

This set also includes two sets of plant species labels for kids to match up with the unlabeled pictures.

Use these at science centers by placing each set of flashcards on a separate ring.

After students review the labeled cards, let them practice matching up the names with the right leaf picture cards on their own!

Printable Leaf Species Identification Cards

To get the expanded set of Leaf Identification Activity Cards, click the image or the link below to visit my Teachers Pay Teachers store!

Leaf Identification Activity Cards for Kids

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Fall Leaves Books and Crafts

Make your leaf learning into a full unit study by pairing our printable Leaf Identification Cards with these books and crafts about fall leaves!

Books about Fall Leaves:

  1. Leaves, Leaves, Leaves by Nancy Elizabeth Wallace
  2. Fletcher and the Falling Leaves by Julia Rawlinson
  3. A Leaf Can Be… by Laura Purdie Salas
  4. There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed Some Leaves by Lucille Colandro

Fall Leaves Activities:

  1. Fall Leaf Suncatchers – Fun at Home with Kids
  2. Autumn Leaf Threading – Picklebums
  3. Fall Leaf Fingerpainting – Teach Preschool
  4. Fall Leaf Garland – Look! We’re Learning!

Check out some of our other fall learning ideas!

This fun and easy leaf matching file folder game is a fun color recognition activity for little ones!
Practice telling same and different objects apart with these same or different leaf worksheets!
These simple leaf science activities for preschoolers are perfect for a fall science unit!

To get your copy of our free Leaf Identification Flashcards, click the image or the link below to get them from our Store!

Leaf Identification Flashcards

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These no prep apple matching worksheets for preschool are excellent for teaching the concept of same and different with a fun fall theme!

Apples to Apples! Preschool Apple Matching Worksheets

You know how you can tell that preschoolers are ready to learn to tell items apart by appearance?

They say things like “I don’t want that one! I want THAT ONE!”

Learning how to tell items that are similar apart from those that are different is an important skill for preschoolers to develop and these fun apple matching worksheets can help!

These preschool printables feature a fun apple theme that is perfect for back to school and fall learning!

Easy Apple Matching Worksheets for Preschool

Keep reading to see how to get your copy.

If you enjoy these worksheets for preschoolers, be sure to check out some of our other preschool worksheets and activities, including our cupcake letter matching activity and our preschool big and small worksheets!

These no prep apple matching worksheets for preschool are excellent for teaching the concept of same and different with a fun fall theme!

Apple Preschool Matching Worksheets

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Printable Apple Matching Worksheets for Preschool

These apple printables for preschool are easy to use!

There’s a color version and a line art version (in case you want to save on ink or if you want the kids to color them in themselves).

Preschool Matching Worksheets for Kids

Just hand out a set and let the kids look at each apple on the left side.

Then they can find the matching apple on the right side and draw a line to connect the matching pair.

Apple Themed Preschool Matching Worksheets

These are good practice for recognizing similar items because some of the apples have shared characteristics, such as color and shape.

Apple Preschool Matching Worksheets for Kids

Preschoolers may have to look at each item for a while before finding the one that matches.

And that’s okay! Give them plenty of time and try to keep the lesson fun.

Apple Matching Worksheets for Kids

This product also includes a full answer key, so you can print the answer pages and let kids see which items match on their own!

Scroll down to get your copy of our Apple Preschool Matching Worksheets!

Ready for more preschool resources? Try these ideas!

These apple tree ten frame counting mats are so fun for early fall math centers! Makes a great morning tub math activity too!
Use these apple shape sorting worksheets to help early learners practice recognizing the four basic shapes with a fun fall theme!
This printable apple life cycle sequencing activity is perfect for helping students learn how apples grow! Use it at science centers or in morning tubs!

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Teach early learners how to recognize same and different objects with these fun apple matching worksheets for preschool! Perfect for fall morning tubs and centers!
This fun and easy leaf matching file folder game is a fun color recognition activity for little ones!

Roll A Leaf! Leaf Matching File Folder Game

It’s September, which means it won’t be long before we start to see leaves changing color and falling off the trees in our neighborhood.

I always look forward to the fall colors each year.

They’re beautiful to look at, but they also make a wonderful color recognition lesson – right from nature!

To help early learners get into the spirit of autumn, I thought I’d share this fun (and free!) leaf matching file folder game!

Printable Leaf Matching File Folder Game

This is an easy, fun way to help early learners practice spotting same and different objects, recognizing colors, and following directions.

Keep reading to see how to get yours – free!

And, for more fun with fall leaves, check out our Leaf Same and Different Worksheets!

This fun and easy leaf matching file folder game is a fun color recognition activity for little ones!

Roll A Leaf! Leaf Matching File Folder Game

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How to Make a Leaf Matching File Folder Game

To assemble the game, you’ll need to cut out the two game board pages, as well as the printable game die.

Assemble the die by folding along each line to form a curved shape.

Then fold the tabs in and stick them to the flat sides using double-sided tape.

Printable Leaf Matching Game

This is a very easy file folder game for preschoolers to play.

Simple Leaf File Folder Game

You can use just about any small object for game pieces: math counters, foam stickers, buttons, coins, counting bears, etc.

Let children take turns rolling the die. Then they move their game piece to the square that is face-up on the die.

Leaf Matching File Folder Game

The first player to reach the END square or beyond wins!

Watch the video below to see this product in action!

Scroll down to get your copy of this free printable Leaf Matching File Folder Game!

Try some of these other fun ways to learn with autumn leaves!

Practice telling same and different objects apart with these same or different leaf worksheets!
These simple leaf science activities for preschoolers are perfect for a fall science unit!
Use this fun fall leaves preschool concentration game to help little learners practice number skills and counting!

To get your copy of this Roll A Leaf Game, click the image or the link below to download it free from my Teachers Pay Teachers store!

Easy Leaf File Folder Game for Kids

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Practice telling same and different objects apart with these same or different leaf worksheets!

Leaf Look Alikes! Same or Different Leaf Worksheets

Going on a leaf hunt is one of the early childhood activities I love the most.

We always find so many different types of leaves, even in our local neighborhood.

Looking at leaves from different (and sometimes, the same) trees is an excellent opportunity to practice visual discrimination with early learners.

To reinforce this skill, I decided to make a leaf version of our printable visual discrimination lesson – these same or different leaf worksheets!

Fall Leaves Same and Different Worksheets for Kids

These are wonderful for helping early learners practice recognizing similar and different objects, especially during autumn!

Keep reading to get your set.

And, for more fun with leaf learning, take a look at our Match A Leaf! Preschool Counting Game!

Practice telling same and different objects apart with these same or different leaf worksheets!

Printable Fall Same or Different Leaf Worksheets

To use these same or different leaf worksheets with early learners, you’ll need the following: (This post contains affiliate links. For details, see our Disclosure Policy.)

Printable Same or Different Leaf Worksheets

This product includes two sets of visual discrimination worksheets: one set in color and another in line art.

A full answer key is also included, along with instructions.

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Printable Leaf Same or Different Worksheets

Whenever I print a line art version, I always use colorful Astrobright paper. Especially if I can find a color that matches my theme.

You can print and go with these. No prep required!

Simply hand them out for students and help the kids practice looking for and spotting the differences in detail on each page.

Want to use this as a reusable center activity? Keep reading!

Fall Leaf Visual Discrimination Early Center Activity

You can make these leaf same and different worksheets into a reusable activity in just a couple of steps.

Leaf Visual Discrimination Early Center Activity

Simply print the pages at half size (two to a page) and laminate them.

After cutting the pages apart, use a hole punch to put a hole in the top left corner of each one.

Leaf Same and Different Worksheets

Connect them with a brass paper fastener and you’re done!

Leaf Same and Different Worksheets

Students can use a dry erase marker or dry erase crayon to complete each page.

Wipe them clean afterward and use them again and again!

Take a look at the video below to see this resource in use!

Scroll down to get your set of these printable same or different leaf worksheets!

Try some of these other leaf-themed early learning ideas!

These simple leaf science activities for preschoolers are perfect for a fall science unit!
Use simple supplies to make this easy fall color matching activity for preschoolers! Perfect for fall preschool lessons!
Use this fun fall leaves preschool concentration game to help little learners practice number skills and counting!

To get your copy of these Leaf Look Alikes! Leaf Same or Different Worksheets, click the image or the link below to visit my Teachers Pay Teachers store!

Leaf Themed Same or Different Activity for Preschool

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These simple leaf science activities for preschoolers are perfect for a fall science unit!

15 Simple Leaf Science Activities for Preschoolers

As the air gets cooler and the days get shorter, it won’t be long before we start to see leaves fall off the trees in our neighborhood.

Down here int he South, it takes a little longer for us to see evidence of fall. But once it starts, it’s glorious.

Leaves are always one of my favorite early childhood themes. And they’re also wonderful opportunities to explore science with little ones.

Which is why I’m sharing this list of 15 simple leaf science activities for preschoolers!

Leaf Science Activities for Preschoolers

These are simple (and engaging) leaf-themed science ideas for preschoolers and kindergartners.

And they also include sensory fun, math skills, and more!

See the full list below.

Be sure to check out our fun Fall Leaves Count and Match Game for more preschool learning inspiration!

These simple leaf science activities for preschoolers are perfect for a fall science unit!

15 Simple Leaf Science Activities for Preschoolers

As leaves fall off the trees, we get so many opportunities to explore science. We’re literally watching it happen right in front of us.

We can learn about leaf colors and how they change, compare types of leaves to learn about tree species, and much, much more.

Since preschoolers love to go outside, this is a wonderful time of year to explore nature with them.

15 Simple Leaf Science Activities for Preschoolers

So these simple leaf science ideas make learning about nature even easier!

If you decide to try any of these this year, I’d love to know which ones your students liked the most!

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Simple Leaf Activities for Preschoolers

These simple leaf activities for preschoolers are a wonderful addition to a fall early learning unit!

There are hands-on ideas here for STEM construction, science experiments, observation activities, nature learning, and more!

How to Make a Leaf Garland

One of our favorite leaf science activities is making a leaf garland.

It’s such a simple way to explore how fall leaves change over time and add a little fall decor to the home.

Plus, kids can try their hand at making art patterns and exploring colors as they work.

Simple Fall Leaf Garland

See how to make a simple DIY Fall Leaf Garland with little ones for yourself!

Looking for more preschool fall learning ideas? Try some of these!

Make up a batch of this scented pumpkin pie playdough to have some fall sensory fun with the kids! You only need a few household ingredients!
Use simple supplies to make this easy fall color matching activity for preschoolers! Perfect for fall preschool lessons!
These no prep fall counting worksheets for preschoolers feature a fun farm theme! Use them for classwork or at math centers!

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These printable apple counting puzzles are perfect for early math lessons! Use them at fall math centers or for an interactive apple lesson for little ones!

Apple Count! Apple Number Puzzles

These fun apple counting puzzles are great for helping early learners relate numerals to objects!

Preschoolers absolutely love playing with puzzles.

My four-year-old asks to do a puzzle almost every single day. The same one. Over and over again.

But that’s a good thing!

It means that kids are remembering how the pieces fit together to make a complete picture and solving them more quickly each time.

Since we’ve been working on recognizing one-to-one correspondence and counting individual items, I thought we’d turn that skill into a hands-on activity with these Apple Preschool Counting Puzzles!

Fun Apple Counting to Ten Puzzles for Kids

I was hoping that my little one would like this activity and she loved it!

Read on to see how to share this hands-on counting lesson with your students!

Also – if you’re looking to build an apple unit for preschoolers, don’t miss our other apple fun, including our Apple Matching Worksheets and our Apple Coffee Filter Craft!

These printable apple counting puzzles are perfect for early math lessons! Use them at fall math centers or for an interactive apple lesson for little ones!

Apple Preschool Counting Puzzles

To use these preschool counting puzzles, you’ll need the following supplies: (This post contains affiliate links. For details, see our Disclosure Policy.)

Apple Number Puzzles

These apple counting puzzles include numbers and individual dots from 1 to 10.

Once you laminate them and cut them out, you should have ten “dot” halves and ten numeral halves.

Apple Preschool Counting Puzzles

By the way, if you’re short on color ink, a black and white line art version is included.

That way, you can let the kids color in the puzzles themselves.

Or, if you’re like me, you can use colorful AstroBright paper instead!

Printable Apple Counting Puzzles for Kids

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The tricky thing about these puzzles is that they all fit together.

So the challenge for kids is to make sure that they’re matching halves based on corresponding the numerals to the number of dots on the halves.

Apple Counting Puzzles for Kids

With our little one, we focused on identifying the numeral first.

Then we counted the dots on the puzzle halves until we found the one that matches each number.

Apple Counting to Ten Puzzles

When we finished, she asked “Can I do it again, Mama?”

The surefire sign of a successful preschool lesson.

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Don’t miss these other preschool apple learning ideas!

Practice early geometry skills with this fun apple themed shape tracing activity!
Work on early literacy skills with this fun fall apple CVC word literacy activity!
Learn how to compare numbers up to ten with this fun digital apple picking activity!

 

Practice counting to ten with these fun, apple-themed counting puzzles for kids! So fun for fall math centers!

To get your copy of our Apple Counting Puzzles, click the image or the link below to visit my Teachers Pay Teachers store!

Apple Themed Counting Puzzles for Kids

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Practice early geometry skills with this fun apple themed shape tracing activity!

Apple Shapes! Printable Apple Shape Tracing Activity

Are you still looking for easy and fun apple themed early learning ideas? I’ve got you covered!

I could seriously create apple themed resources all year long.

But we’re heading into fall and that means I’ll be moving on to other themes soon, like leaves, acorns, and farms.

Those are fun themes too, though, so yay!

I still had one more apple learning activity to share with all of you this year: this printable apple shape tracing activity!

Simple Apple Shape Tracing Lesson for Kids

This is a fun early geometry lesson for little ones who are learning to recognize shapes around them!

And it would also make a great addition to an early math center or a morning tub.

Read on to see how to get your set! And, don’t miss our Apple CVC Word Building Activity for early literacy skills too!

Practice early geometry skills with this fun apple themed shape tracing activity!

Apple Shapes! Printable Apple Shape Tracing Activity

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Easy Apple Themed Early Geometry Lesson

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This product includes shape tracing worksheets for 12 distinct shapes, such as:

  • Square
  • Rectangle
  • Circle
  • Hexagon
  • Star
  • Oval
  • and more!
Printable Apple Shape Tracing Activity

Each page shows an apple-themed shape with tracing shapes and a label for each shape name.

Show students how to recognize each shape by using their fingers to outline the apple shape. If there are vertices and sides, count them together.

Then they can practice spelling and reading the shape name before using a crayon or colored pencil to trace the shapes on the page.

Each page is also available in a line art version if you need to save on color ink.

Personally, I love to print those on Astrobright paper so they’re still colorful!

Apple Shape Learning Activity for Early Learners

If you want to turn this into a reusable activity, laminate each page. Then let students use them with dry erase crayons or dry erase markers.

Since morning tub resources tend to be smaller, you may want to print these at half-size if you want to place them in a tub.

You can even punch a hole in the corner of each printable and place them on a ring to keep the pages together.

Apple Shape Tracing Activity

Scroll down to get your copy of this printable Apple Shape Tracing Activity!

Try some of these other apple early learning ideas!

Work on early literacy skills with this fun fall apple CVC word literacy activity!
This printable apple same and different lesson is a fun way to help early learners practice visual discrimination skills!
Learn how to compare numbers up to ten with this fun digital apple picking activity!

To get your set of printable Apple Shape Tracing worksheets, click the image or the link below to visit my Teachers Pay Teachers store!

Easy Apple Early Geometry Activity for Kids

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This printable apple life cycle sequencing activity is perfect for helping students learn how apples grow! Use it at science centers or in morning tubs!

Apple Life Cycle Sequencing Activity

Nothing says “fall is coming” like apples.

I’ve always loved using an apple theme when teaching and apples still make a fun theme for learning in early grades.

But instead of just seeing apples everywhere, it’s good for students to learn exactly how apples grow.

It’s not only a good science concept – it’s part of our everyday life!

So I thought it would be fun to combine an apple theme for fall along with a sequencing concept for science.

And that’s just what this apple life cycle sequencing activity does!

Simple Apple Life Cycle Sequencing Activity for Kids

This is such a fun science center activity for autumn! Plus, it helps students work on retelling events in the proper sequence too!

Read on to see how to get your copy of this life cycle science activity. Plus, see how you can use this science lesson digitally too!

And for more fun teaching with an apple theme, take a look at our Apple Alike! Same or Different Worksheets or our Apple Counting to Ten Puzzles!

This printable apple life cycle sequencing activity is perfect for helping students learn how apples grow! Use it at science centers or in morning tubs!

Apple Life Cycle Sequencing Activity

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Apple Life Cycle Sequencing Activity for Kids

This product includes two apple life cycle mats: one with pictures and one with blank circles.

In addition, there are six picture cards for completing the blank mat.

Printable Apple Life Cycle Sequencing Mat for Kids

As part of the science lesson, review the completed apple life cycle mat with your students.

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Apple Life Cycle Sequencing Mat

Talk about how apple cores contain the seeds for a new apple tree and the steps that the plant goes through before we get to pick the new apples.

Apple Life Cycle Sequencing Activity

Then cut out the picture cards and let them try to retell the correct sequence by placing the picture cards on the blank mat in the right order!

You can use this resource as a cut and paste activity with scissors and glue. Or you can laminate it and add hook and loop dots to make it reusable.

Printable Apple Life Cycle Sequencing Activity

There’s also a line art version of the mat and picture cards included!

Digital Apple Life Cycle Sequencing Lesson

Many, many educators (including yours truly) are making the switch to digital learning.

The good news is that you can use this apple life cycle lesson online too!

To use the digital version, students will need the following:

  • A laptop computer (we like Google Chromebooks) or a tablet such as the iPad
  • A copy of our Digital Apple Life Cycle Activity (link follows below)
Digital Apple Life Cycle Sequencing Lesson

This is a super easy and interactive science lesson for early grades. 

Since the product comes with an answer key, you can grade it in no time flat. (Always a plus!)

Need to see the digital apple lesson in action? Check out the video below!

Scroll down to get your copy of our printable or digital Apple Life Cycle Sequencing Activity!

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These printable apple counting puzzles are perfect for early math lessons! Use them at fall math centers or for an interactive apple lesson for little ones!
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Learn how to compare numbers up to ten with this fun digital apple picking activity!

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Apple Life Cycle Sequencing Lesson

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Digital Apple Life Cycle Lesson

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This fun, hands-on apple life cycle sequencing activity makes it easy to teach kids how apples grow! Perfect for science centers!
See the 2020 homeschool curriculum choices we made for our family this year!

Our 2020 Homeschool Curriculum for Multiple Kids

Well, the year 2020 has brought more than its share of surprises.

We were homeschoolers for ten years (not counting a five-month break) and last year I finally decided to let my kids attend public school.

After seven months, they were home again – suddenly. And now we’re back to homeschooling again too (like many of you).

If you’re unsure what to do with your kids, how to arrange their days, or what resources to use, I hope that reading our 2020 homeschool curriculum plan will help.

Our 2020 Homeschool Curriculum Choices

These are resources especially for the grades we’re teaching this year: third grade, sixth grade, and seventh grade. But you can use this as a framework for building your own plan too.

Just starting out with homeschooling? Check out my Get It Done Guide to First Time Homeschooling too!

See the 2020 homeschool curriculum choices we made for our family this year!

A No Stress 2020 Homeschool Curriculum Plan for Multiple Kids

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Fair warning: This looks like a lot of work. But it’s not.

As you read, you’ll see that I reuse multiple resources for each child and several of these resources are free or inexpensive.

I do believe, though, in investing in the subjects that matter the most for our family’s goals. In our experience, that always turns out to be worthwhile.

By the way, if you’re unsure what to teach and when, I cannot recommend the book Home Learning Year by Year enough.

It breaks down each grade level subject and lists specific concepts to cover, with curriculum recommendations.

Our 2020 3rd Grade Homeschool Curriculum

Math – We’re using Teaching Textbooks this year for all three of our children. (Look for an in-depth review of TT later this year!)

Since our third grader is also using the BrainQuest Third Grade Comprehensive Workbook, we’ll be supplementing the math exercises in that along with TT.

ELA – For ELA, we’re just using the BrainQuest workbook along with What Your Third Grader Needs to Know. Easy peasy.

Science – We’ll be covering the science sections in both of the above books, but I want to add a bit more this year.

So we’re working with two Usborne resources: Science with Magnets and the First Encyclopedia of the Human Body.

Also – my third grader loves STEM, so I picked up the free STEM at Home resource from Carly and Adam. Done.

Social Studies – Social Studies is a bit harder to recommend, because we’re using the Usborne Time Traveler book.

(Note: I’m not an Usborne consultant. We received almost all of our Usborne books when we used BookShark curriculum last year.)

I looked around on Amazon and the Time Traveler book is super expensive these days. So if you’re looking for a more affordable resource, try the Usborne First Encyclopedia of History instead.

African Kingdoms History Unit

Our 2020 6th Grade Homeschool Curriculum

Math – For my middle schoolers, we’re also using Teaching Textbooks. But I’m adding another resource for each child.

My sixth grader will also be working with Everything You Need to Ace Math in One Big Fat Notebook. I love this book so much.

It’s filled with easy explanations, colorful drawings, simple exercises, and an answer key. Perfection.

ELA – Our eleven-year-old is a math and science fan, but he doesn’t love reading and writing. So he needs a little more support in that area.

We decided to use the 6th Grade Common Core ELA Practice Book from ArgoPrep.

Here’s why I like ArgoPrep: Their books come with free video explanations of each exercise. If you visit the website, you can choose your math or ELA book and then watch the instructors explain each exercise.

No more grading!

Science – While my third grader loves STEM, my sixth grader is a STEM super fan. All he’s ever wanted to do is build and design things.

I attended a STEM educator conference over the summer and one of the presenters recommended Instructables for Teachers. It’s incredible and free, especially if you are not STEM-inclined (like me).

It’s separated by grade level and the full instructions and supplies for each project are clearly listed. You can easily scan to see which projects you can complete with your kids before getting started.

Social Studies – Our social studies program is going to be based around the book Hungry Planet: What the World Eats.

Now that we’re living in unusual circumstances in our country, I wanted to help my son learn about the food insecurity people in other regions face everyday.

We’ll also be learning about the culture of each country and some of its history as we go along.

A no stress homeschool plan for 2020

Our 2020 7th Grade Homeschool Curriculum

Math – Teaching Textbooks again, plus Everything You Need to Ace Math in One Big Fat Notebook.

My seventh grader loves to draw, so we’re also using The Cartoon Guide to Algebra. It’s a really fun book and does a great job at illustrating some of the algebraic concepts that seem abstract.

ELA – For the basics, ArgoPrep again with the 7th Grade Common Core ELA Daily Practice Book.

By seventh grade, I also start to get serious about organization and writing with my kids. (High school is only two years away!)

So he’ll be taking two live classes with Open Tent Academy this year: one on Study Skills and one for IEW Middle School Writing.

Science – Our science for seventh grade is going to be based almost entirely around the free CrashCourse YouTube channel and the free program Ted-ED Earth School.

At this age, I start to let my kids have some say in their interests and my seventh grader is not interested in hands-on experiments. So videos it is!

Social studies – Our seventh grader will also be working with Hungry Planet, along with our sixth grader. Two for one!

What about Our Homeschool Electives?

We’re only working with one elective this year: how to play piano.

We got a keyboard from a friend and I bought the Alfred All-In-One Piano Course. Since our kids are a bit older, I decided to go with the adult version. But if I had younger children, the Basic Piano Course would be a better fit.

Whew! It looks like a lot on the page, but it’s really simple and streamlined.

Want to see some of our school year in action? Follow me on Instagram! We’re starting our school year on August 24.

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Work on early literacy skills with this fun fall apple CVC word literacy activity!

Apple CVC Word Literacy Activity for Early Readers

Have you had enough apple early learning resources yet?

Of course not! The more apples, the better!

So I’m excited to share this fun (and hands-on!) apple-themed CVC word literacy activity!

It’s a perfect lesson for strengthening phonics, fine motor skills, and following directions – all in one fall-themed activity for early readers.

Apple CVC Word Literacy Activity

Read on to see how to use this early literacy skill builder with your students!

And, for more fun with apples this fall, take a look at our Apple Orchard! Digital Comparing Numbers Activity too!

Work on early literacy skills with this fun fall apple CVC word literacy activity!

Apple CVC Word Literacy Activity for Early Readers

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Apple Themed Literacy Activity

It only takes a few minutes to set up this literacy activity.

Start by cutting apart the Apple CVC word cards.

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Hands On CVC Word Literacy Activity

Afterwards, pull out a few pipe cleaners and let students find the matching lacing letters for each word.

They can pull a CVC word card and then lace the letters onto pipe cleaners to spell out each word.

Apple CVC Literacy Skill Activity

After students are comfortable spelling out the words, use different color lacing letters to highlight separate phonetic sounds.

Isolate the vowel sound by using a certain color for the middle vowel letters.

Then practice identifying beginning and ending sounds with different color letters too!

Apple Themed CVC Word Activity

This is a fantastic way to incorporate fine motor skills along with literacy in a fun fall theme!

Scroll down to get your set of apple CVC word cards for use with this literacy activity!

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Apple CVC Word Reading Activity for Kids

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Banish overwhelm and start learning with this easy guide to first time homeschooling!

The Get It Done Guide to First Time Homeschooling

Suddenly homeschooling for the first time?

You’re not alone.

Many, many parents are teaching their children at home for the first time ever this year.

As a veteran homeschooler, I want to say two things:

First of all – welcome! We’re not weird as we seem and we love to have new families join us. So hi!

Second – no matter how unprepared you feel, you’ve totally got this.

And, to help make the idea of learning at home easier, I’m sharing this super easy, nitty-gritty, get it done guide to first time homeschooling.

The Get It Done Guide to First Time Homeschooling

If you’re brand new to the idea of teaching your own children, this is a simple, streamlined way to get started.

And, honestly, even though I’ve been homeschooling for ten years, this is basically the way I approach it as well.

So I’m here to tell you: it works.

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Banish overwhelm and start learning with this easy guide to first time homeschooling!

The Get It Done Guide to First Time Homeschooling

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To start, I need to make a confession: I’ve been working from home and homeschooling for years.

But, I’ve also sent my children to public school (twice) and worked out of the home as well.

So I understand how having your children always at home can be…a bit much. If you feel that way, you will face no judgment at all from me. I get it.

As I’ve been talking with other moms online and in person, the number one feeling they express is a sense of overwhelm.

Trying to work from home, manage their households, and teach their children seems like an impossible task.

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Seem familiar?

So let’s start by taking a deep, deep breath together. Take two if you need to.

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We’re going to get through this in four steps (five, if you want).

That’s it. That’s all.

You can do this.

Step 1: Look at your state requirements.

Before you do anything, and I mean anything, find out what your state (or province) requires homeschoolers to do.

If you search “(state) homeschool requirements”, look for an internet search result from the actual department of education for your state. Then read the list of regulations.

Some states are very hands-off and require almost no paperwork or specific standards, but others are very detailed and require regular evaluations and check-ins by parents.

Use those regulations as your homeschooling framework.

Step 2: Choose a math program.

After you read your state’s requirements, start selecting how you will teach each subject, especially the core subjects such as math and English Language Arts (ELA).

Fair warning: There are a ton of math programs out there. A TON.

Don’t get caught up trying to read through each one and compare them. Start with Khan Academy (it’s free!) and let your child start working through that from the very beginning.

You’ll get a good sense of where he or she needs to improve as they go along.

You’ll also see what they like and don’t like about that program, which will give you a good idea of how to choose something different, if you choose.

If you just want to keep moving for now, check your child’s appropriate grade level on Khan Academy and then buy a grade-level math workbook. Done.

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Step 3: Choose an ELA program.

Once you get math going, find a way to teach ELA.

Khan Academy has some courses for this too, but they’re still working on them.

I generally use a grade-level workbook for ELA and then add a lot of books to read and discuss together through the year. (Look for my specific homeschool choices for this year coming soon!)

Still with me?

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Step 4: Choose a way to learn science and social studies.

Okay. The biggies are done. Now it’s time to move on to the other subjects.

Science is actually pretty simple these days. Find a great and reputable kids’ science YouTube channel and off you go. Pick up a book with easy experiments to try if you like.

You can do the same with social studies. With younger kids, find an excellent world travel channel and learn about a new country each week.

For older kids, focus on historical events and their impact on society. (Further down, there are a few recommendations you can try for this.)

Step 5: Pick an elective or two (if you want.)

That’s basically a school day.

If you do math and ELA four days a week, plus science and social studies two days each, you’ve covered all the basics.

Want to add an elective? Great! There are plenty of those out there for free too, including art, music, American Sign Language (which I teach!), and more.

A simple internet search will point you in the right direction.

And we’re done!

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Pat yourself on the back. You’re ready to go. Really.

Is All-In-One Homeschool Curriculum Good for First Time Homeschoolers?

You might be wondering why I didn’t mention any all-in-one boxed curriculum choices in the steps above.

Well, here’s why.

I have used several through the years. (BookShark was our absolute favorite.)

In fact, I was homeschooled myself from sixth grade onward with a boxed curriculum.

Here’s the thing about all-in-one-programs (at least in my experience):

They tend to fit well in some subjects and not at all in others. All of my kids were at different grade levels in each subject. They tended to need a grade-level math but an advanced ELA program or vice versa.

So I always ended up with materials I paid for, but couldn’t use. Boo.

Also – I found the big box a little overwhelming, especially when I was just starting out.

But you might be different. So, after you’ve gotten into a good routine, feel free to take a look at a few (especially BookShark).

Easy Homeschool Options for First Time Homeschoolers

Whew! I’ve said a lot here, but I can’t let you go without sharing a few good resources that will help you get started if you’re first time homeschooling. These are all excellent and, even better, free.

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These 20 apple preschool books make wonderful read aloud selections for fall in early learning classrooms!

20 Engaging Apple Preschool Books for Kids

Looking for some fun and engaging apple preschool books to share with early learners?

You’ve come to the right place!

Below, I’ve listed 20 preschool apple book selections that are sure to make an upcoming apple or fall unit into a learning activity your students will love!

20 Engaging Apple Preschool Books

These are filled with lovely illustrations and simple stories that make them a perfect fit for preschool classrooms.

If you’re homeschooling preschool-aged children, these are also great to add to your library reading list or your home library.

Read on to see the full list!

And, don’t miss my super easy Apple Coffee Filter Craft for kids to make!

These 20 apple preschool books make wonderful read aloud selections for fall in early learning classrooms!

20 Engaging Apple Preschool Books for Kids

We’ve always used lots of picture books during the preschool years. And, since apples are such a popular early childhood theme, we’ve shared some of these during preschool as well.

If you love any of these in particular or your class loves one or two, let me know which ones!

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1. Ten Apples Up On Top by Dr. Seuss

2. Apples by Gail Gibbons

3.How Do Apples Grow? by Betsy Maestro

4. Apples for Everyone by Jill Esbaum

5. Hello, World! How Do Apples Grow? by Jill McDonald

6. Apple Picking Day! by Candice Ransom

7. Ten Red Apples by Pat Hutchins

8. Apples, Apples, Apples by Nancy Elizabeth Wallace

9. Applesauce Day by Lisa J. Amstutz

10. 5 Little Apples by Yusuke Yonezu

20 Apple Preschool Books for Kids to Read

11. The Seasons of Arnold’s Apple Tree by Gail Gibbons

12. Apples! (Celebrate Fall) by Erika L. Shores

13. Apples for Little Fox by Ekaterina Trukhan

14. Pinkalicious! Apples, Apples, Apples! by Victoria Kann

15. Apples Grow On a Tree by Mari Schuh

16. Max & Mo Go Apple Picking by Patricia Lakin

17. Pat the Bunny: At the Apple Orchard by Golden Books

18. Apple Countdown by Joan Holub

19. Eat ‘Em Ups: Apples! by Gail Tuchman

20. Let’s Go Apple Picking! by Lori Haskins Houran

Want to expand your apple lesson or unit? Keep reading for more apple learning fun!

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Fun Preschool Apple Themed Snacks

Nothing rounds out a fun apple preschool books read-aloud time like adding an apple-themed treat at snack time. Try some of these ideas!

With plenty of apple activities, these apple preschool books, and a fun apple preschool snack, you can put together a preschool apple unit your students will love.

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