Sunday, October 13, 2013

Kindergarten Apple Mania Part 3

Well, we're finally done with our apple theme!  (We were actually done almost a week ago, but I've been very slow in getting this post up.)  Thanks to a nasty little virus that circulated through the whole family, we lost a couple days of school and didn't complete all of the apple activities I'd had planned, but it's time to move on.  Here's a look at some of the fun we had:

This cut-and-paste apple tree sequencing activity is from the FREE 20-page Applelicious Activities packet by Sarah Paul.  As you can see in our other Kindergarten Apple Mania posts, we had a blast with this packet. 

These apple tree ten frame mats are from the Applelicious Ten Frame Activities pack by Teaching With Nancy.  The pack includes mats for numbers 1-10, a mat with no number, and sheet of apple counters.  (Colby loves his magnetic bingo counters, so that's what we used.)  We also used these last week.

These awesome clip cards are also from Applelicious Ten Frame Activities.

Colby is just getting the hang of ten frames, and really likes clip cards, so this activity was perfect for him.

I downloaded the free template for this apple addition craftivity from Fun, Fabulous Firsties!  Click the link to check out the blog post and download a copy.

I wanted to use red pom-poms or buttons for the apples, but Colby insisted on using leftover punched apples from our earlier patterning activity. Whatever works! 

This is A Bushel of Numbers, a fantastic and FREE activity from Teaching with Nancy.

Colban matched the ten-frame bushel to the corresponding apples.  One set of apples has the numeral, another has the number of seeds, and a third has tally marks.

To visit Teaching With Nancy and get your own copy, click here.

And another great activity from Teaching With Nancy's Applelicious Ten Frame Activities!

The pack has 46 pages of super-cute apple-themed ten frame activities and worksheets, and it's only $3.50!  (At the time of this posting, it's on sale for $2.80!  Go get a copy!!)  Check out the pack here.

This drawing and counting activity is from Miss Kindergarten Love's Print and Go! Printables For Fall packet.  This is the first activity we've done using dice, and Colban had a lot of fun.

This cut-and-paste apple counting activity is also from Print and Go! Printables for Fall. We've used lots of other sheets from this packet, and will be using more as autumn continues!

After cutting and gluing, Colby colored the apples.  He was so happy with the finished product!

For loads of apple, pumpkin, and other autumn-themed freebies on all grade levels, check out our Pinterest Board, FREE Autumn Printables {Educational}.  

For more of the apple activities we did this year, visit our other blog posts:

TpT stores and blogs mentioned in this post:

Teaching With Nancy (TpT shop)