Reinforce your 2D-flat shapes, with this 1- to -1 correspondence game. Students place their shape tile on the matching apple. Make extra sets to play a Memory Match game, or "I Have; Who Has?" Also includes a blank set of apples for you to program with whatever.
There are two apple trees for this game. The first has apples numbered 1-6 on it. Children choose a partner and take turns rolling a die. Whatever number they roll they color the matching numbered apple on their apple tree. The child who completes their apple tree, or the one with the most apples filled in, when the timer rings, is the winner.
Older students can use the second apple tree with numbers 7-12 on it. Children practice their addition skills by first rolling one die to fill in numbers 1-6 and then using 2 dice to roll numbers 7-12. They get these numbers by adding the dice together.
There are 3 Life Cycle of an Apple craftivities in this packet + 2 different apple life cycle templates to choose from. Children can color, cut and glue their life cycle to an apple, apple tree, or apple pie plate, or use the photographs instead of the coloring clip art.
This packet will be FREE for an entire year, after which time it will be up-dated and rolled into my 33-page Life Cycle of an Apple Activities packet in my TpT shop.
Add that extra touch of pazzazz by running apple die-cuts through a crinkler. This is a wonderful fine motor skill that will strengthen hand and finger muscles. Simply insert the paper into the roll and crank. The roller will press into the paper so that it will come out looking like corrugated cardboard.
This apple craftivity reinforces an ABC-ABC pattern, as well as the fact that apples can be red, yellow or green. This activity will be FREE for an entire year, after which time it will be up-dated and included in my jumbo, 56-page Apple Colors packet in my TpT shop.
A quick and easy "craftivity" to reinforce the concept of 3D, as well as the fact that apples can be red, yellow or green. When you rub the apple-topped pencil between the palms of your hands, it will twirl.
Reinforce the 3 colors of an apple, the concept of small, medium and large; practice fine motor + listening & following direction skills; while covering rhyming, with this apple song dangler. Completed projects look delightful hanging from your ceiling. This activity will be FREE for an entire year, after which time it will be up-dated and included in my jumbo, 56-page Apple Colors packet in my TpT shop. For your convenience, I've included a PREVIEW here.
6 pages. Common Core State Standards: 1.G.3
Reinforce your students understanding of fractions as well as graphing with this Apple Fraction Action spinner game. Children can play individually or in a group of 2 or 3. They take turns spinning, marking an X under the fraction apple on their graph. I've also included a whole-class graph to total up everyone's results.
10 pages. Common Core State Standard: 1.G.3
Help students understand fractions by using an apple pie. While cutting a whole pie, into halves and then fourths, explain each fraction. To reinforce math concepts and new vocabulary, students make an apple fraction flip up booklet. A trace and write apple fraction booklet is also included, with matching apple fraction pocket or word wall word cards.