Whether you are doing taste tests, making art inspired by apples, or picking them, there is so much that can be done with apples. Doing this activity is perfect for the Fall (apple-picking season) and we have a bunch of related preschool activities for you.
This painting craft involves taking a bath pouf like you would use in the tub and utilizing it in a brand-new and clever way!
Apples! After reading about Johnny Appleseed we compared 4 different kind of apples – Fugi, Gala, Jonathan and Granny Smith.
We talked about what they looked like on the outside and took a close look at the seeds inside. As we tasted each one the children had great words to describe them – “good”, “yummy” “crunchy”, “juicy” “sweet” and “sour.”
If you are going to be teaching your pre-K students about letters the first one that will be discussed is always going to be the letter, “A,” in both its uppercase form and lowercase design.
Johnny Appleseed is a famous figure in American folklore. These worksheets can be done by students while they are told the story of Johnny Appleseed so that they can keep themselves busy while also hearing his famous story!