The theme of this week is Apples, which takes place in the fall. Children will engage in various activities which involve apples, such as counting them, studying them, etc. Written and verbal activities on the topic of apples will also be carried out. The presence of a consistent theme will spark the creativity of young minds by encouraging them to think differently about an object that they may not have thought about before. The activities will also present opportunities for teamwork, imagination, and collective problem-solving.
The beginning of school and fall are both great times for an apple theme. This apple handprint art exploration focuses on apple trees.
Seed Collage: Fun Process Art for Preschool
I Spy game for kids includes lots of colorful veggies. This I Spy would be a perfect compliment to a nutrition lesson plan if you are a teacher.
This printable includes one I Spy game sheet and one answer sheet to record the number of objects found.
Here are some colorful lifelike FREE printable vegetable flashcards to teach vegetable names to your child!
Free, Printable Apple Tree Coloring Pages
Apples are a favorite subject in preschool coloring pages because they are a popular fruit among children. These pages allow your students to color apples in different hues, including green, red, and yellow. Continue reading Apple Tree Coloring Page Free Printable
An apple tree looks vastly different during each of the four seasons. What better way for young preschool and kindergarten students to learn that than through a fun set of printables? Not only is this a great way to learn about plants and trees, but the different seasons as well.
Students have the ability to paint or color each sheet for a customized look. The easy to follow outlines and examples provided give them a great starting point, but they can show off their creativity along the way.
Children love to learn about the world, where things come from and how they grow. Using our free printables and worksheets, you can inspire your preschool or kindergarten children to learn about apples; incorporating science into your Fall term lessons.