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Start the new year with a fun and engaging Apples Preschool Theme! This amazing collection of apple printables is just what you need to get started.
Whether you’re looking for an entire apple-themed preschool unit to print or you’re just looking for a few apple printables to beef up your plans, you don’t want to miss this collection.
With over 30 apple-themed preschool printables to choose from, how will you decide where to start?
From math and literacy to STEM and art, there is something in this list for all of your apple-themed preschool lessons!
Printables for Your Apples Preschool Theme
Budding writers will enjoy these apple writing prompts beginner writing task cards. This set includes 12 writing prompts and a draw/write page.
Kids can practice identifying numbers and counting from 1-1o with these apple-themed math printables.
This apple unit study features literacy, math, and science activities for preschoolers. They’re perfect for your back-to-school or apple themed lessons.
If you’re studying apples with your preschoolers, be sure to read Ten Apples Up on Top with them. Then, check out these fun activities which include an apple tree counting mat.
Whip up a batch of apple-scented playdough to use with these apple-themed pre-writing pages.
Send preschoolers on a hunt for rhyming apples with this All Around the Apple Tree song and rhyming activity.
Have your little ones practice making patterns with this free apple patterns printable. Kids can use crayons or markers to color their patterns.
Work on fine motor skills, one-to-one correspondence, and more with this set of apple do-a-dot printables.
I love busy bags! They’re great for waiting rooms and restaurants or any other time mom needs a few minutes of quiet. This Wormy Apples Counting Busy Bag is a great way to entertain kids, and they’ll be working on fine motor and math skills.
Help your kids practice letter matching this fall when you print out this apple tree letter matching activity.
Get kids moving and build some gross motor skills with this Apple Toss Gross Motor Game. It’s the perfect way for preschoolers to burn off some pent up energy. This is also a great hand eye coordination activity.
Your little ones will have so much fun trying to successfully balance an apple (printed) on their finger.
This All About Apples preschool playdough unit features activities that focus on the Letter A, the color red, and the numbers 1-3.
Encourage little ones to practice using scissors (and building fine motor skills) with this set of “Seasons of an Apple Tree” cutting strips.
Print out this apple tree playdough mat, mix up a batch of homemade apple pie playdough, and you’ve got all you need for a fun afternoon of creative play for your preschoolers.
Practice graphing with a set of apple graphing cards. If you aren’t teaching preschoolers in a classroom setting, take your kids to the grocery store or farmer’s market to purchase apples for this activity.
Count apples onto trees with this easy apple tree fingerprint counting activity! It’s the perfect way to practice counting to ten this fall.
I love using candy in my preschool activities! You can make taste safe watercolor paint out of Runts Candy. Then, let your preschoolers use it to paint the apple coloring sheet.
Similar to the letter matching activity I shared above, this apple tree number matching printable encourages kids to identify the numbers 1-20.
I love this giant apple counting mat! Have kids roll the dice and count out the correct number of “seeds”.
Free apple playdough mats encourage kids to practice counting from one to ten as they build each number and fill in the corresponding ten frame.
I hope you’ve found what you need on this list of preschool apples theme printables! If not, leave a comment below letting me know what you’re looking for. I’ll add it to my “to make” list!
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