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While studying apples with your preschoolers this fall, let them practice counting within ten with this Life Cycle of an Apple I Spy Game.
When you present your preschoolers with I Spy Games for kids, you give them an opportunity to work on counting and building visual discrimination skills. It’s a great way to get kids to focus on details as they look for each featured item in the game.
Add this free preschool printable to your apple and/or life cycle activities this year. They’ll love it!
Life Cycle of an Apple I Spy Game
This fall, if you plan to study the life cycle of an apple with your preschoolers, add this I Spy preschool game to your math center. Or, pull it out as a quiet time activity when you need a quiet minute or two to focus on something else.
I suggest printing this page on cardstock and laminating it for durability. If you don’t have a laminator, you can slip the pages into dry erase pockets. If you use the dry erase pockets, I wouldn’t cut the strips apart. Just keep the pages whole.
I discovered some fun new Crayola dry erase markers that come in very fun colors. Any old dry erase marker will do, but the Crayola ones are so fun and bright.
PRESCHOOL BOOKS ABOUT Apples
Fill your book basket with a great collection of books about apples. Most of these books can be found at your local library or used bookstore.
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Amelia Bedelia’s First Apple Pie – When the very literal-minded Amelia visits Grandma’s house, she gets into the spirit of the fall season by baking her first apple pie.
Annie the Apple Fairy – Annie the Apple Pie Fairy is a TV chef who makes simple, homey pies. One day, her position as the queen of pies is threatened by Sondra the Strudel fairy’s new show. An intense competition starts between Annie and Sondra, and sees their fairy audience become obsessed with Sondra’s fancy pies and the gadgets used to make them. But when the mass of new gadgets and pie-making machines causes a huge power outage, what will happen to all the pies, and will Annie be able to save the day?
Max & Mo Go Apple Picking – Max and Mo are tired of eating corn. Luckily the big ones — the kids — just went apple picking. Everyone knows you can make applesauce with apples, but is there anything else you can make with them?
Dig right into the core of the apple with this interactive felt labeling set. There are labels for the inside and outside including ones to show what happens to the flower during the apple life cycle.
Your preschoolers will love pretending they’re making an apple pie with this fun “Cooking with Apples” dramatic play area.
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