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Apple Pack. Things To Use <A HREF=" Widgets</A> What Is In The Pack & Download Your Copy Tot Pack contains 40 pages: Basic Prewriting, Which one is Different, Color the Small Item, 2 Part Puzzles, Color the Apples, Matching Cards, 9 Piece Puzzle, Apple Matching, Roll & Count Apples, Shape Tracing, Letter Sorting "Aa", Dot the Letter: A, T, B, P, Lacing Cards Click on the files below to download your copy of the Apple Pack.

How to make the Small book Looking for additional ideas check out my Pinterest board. Extras Roll an Apple Tree Printable For help with pdf problems please read this post: Printables Help and Errors. Apple tree life cycle animation. The First Grade Parade: Apples & Happy Fall, Y'all! Happy Fall, Y'all! Is anyone else a little excited about the new season?! Pumpkin patches, apple cider, Halloween, Fall festivals...ohmiword. I can hardly contain myself! HA! I've recently had an influx of emails requesting some of my apple themed documents I promised to share when I posted about our week of apple fun last year. Here's the recipe for the applesauce we make every year. After we make our applesauce, I like for the kids to label the items we used to make it. We also read a lot of non-fiction text about apples and their life cycle. Another fun little activity I put in my Math Tubs is this little non-standard units of measurement with apples!

I put them in a little baggie and then have the kids measure different items in the classroom with them {glue bottle, pencil, paintbrush, scissors}. Our week of apple fun starts Monday, so I'll be back with more apple themed activities next week to share with y'all!! Happy Fall, y'all!! Apples! Hands-On Science - Tunstall's Teaching Tidbits. Are you gearing up for apple science? We began our apple learning this week, but will do the bulk of our investigations next week. We are LOVING our math journals, so I decided to take that same interactive fun and apply it to our science too! I gathered apples a plenty and pulled out my favorite apple books. The students are definitely asking when they will be getting their hands on everything! One of my favorite lessons is on apple graphing and the five senses.

If you are looking for activities to add to your science journal or want to make an apple science book, just click the picture below! A table les enfants ! - La pomme - Episode en entier - Exclusivité Disney Junior ! 10 Apples Up On Top ~ Preschool. This week we started back to homeschool! We had a new stack of read-alouds and 10 Apples Up on Top by Leo LeSeig was one of the books we read this week.

You can’t read this book without trying to balance an apply on your head! My preschooler enjoyed the challenge of seeing how far she could walk before the apply fell off her head. She was pretty good at balancing it! After the balancing act, we did an apple core mobile craft. I had this pattern back from my old teaching days. It was probably from MailBox Magazine. After all items were cut, we glued yarn in between the pieces for our mobile.

Next I took out our (free download ->) apple pattern cards. Later in the day I found her “reading” the book while eating an apple! We did all these activities over a span of 1 hour. Books:How to Make an Apple Pie and See the World (Dragonfly Books) – one of our favorites! The Apple Pie Tree How Do Apples Grow? Johnny Appleseed Ten Red Apples Apple Printables: Apple Tree Number Match. Apple Number Puzzles. 1-2-3 Come Make An Apple Puzzle With Me! A quick, easy and fun way to get your kiddo’s sequencing numbers is via a number puzzle, which is also great for fine motor and higher level-thinking practice. One of my Y5 report card standards was to be able to put a puzzle together, so this was especially beneficial. Here's How You Make A Puzzle: Choose either apple puzzles with number strips from 1-10, for younger students, or skip counting apple puzzles, with number strips that count by 10's to 100.

Print off the apple puzzles on white construction paper or card stock, laminate and cut out the individual numbered strips. Keep each puzzle in its own Ziplock Baggie. When students are done with one, they may exchange theirs with another child who has a different puzzle. Another thing you can do with the puzzles, is make a puzzle flip book.

Arrange the pieces so that when you make your flip book, the pages will show a mixed up puzzle. Thanks for visiting today. French Apple science unit/ La pomme {sciences} by Madame Emilie French resources. Ce document est le deuxième d’une série à venir sur différents sujets en études sociales et en sciences pour les élèves de la maternelle à la 2e année. Il contient deux parties: * un powerpoint expliquant le cycle de vie de la pomme, les produits de la pomme et les diverses variétés de pommes * un ensemble de mots étiquettes et feuilles reproductibles dont plusieurs expériences avec la pomme et 3 recettes à base de pomme Je vous suggère de présenter le diaporama disponible avec ce document comme introduction au sujet.

Key words: apple, pomme, verger, pommier, diaporama, powerpoint, french, french immersion, français, francisation, vocabulaire, automne, science,fall, récolte, harvest Comment obtenir des produits GRATUITS sur TpT? Accumulez des crédits lors de vos prochains achats sur TpT en laissant vos commentaires sur chacun des produits achetés. NouveautésSuivez-moi! La personne qui télécharge ce document est autorisée à copier à des fins d’utilisation personnelle ou avec ses élèves. Teach it With Class: Apples. Complètement « pommé »! | nounou assistante maternelle à marignane Nounoulau. 7 octobre 2013 nounoulau Pour participer au défi d’Isabelle (pour ta pomme), nous avons décidé de nous lancer dans la peinture d’empreintes de pommes au moyen de… pommes! Au grand dam de mes gourmandes qui se croyaient installées pour une séance de goûter! Matériel: des pommes, de la peinture (nous avons choisi d’observer la couleur de nos pommes Royal Gala et de la reproduire), des feuilles, de la patience!

De la colle, des brindilles et des graines du jardin (en l’occurrence, des Belles de nuit…) Réalisation: couper les pommes en deux, j’ai évidé la partie du milieu pour créer une empreinte « à trou ». Quand les empreintes sont bien sèches, on peut s’amuser à coller de petits pépins dans les espaces évidés de la pomme. Préscolaire.

Je sais que je le dis souvent, mais Pinterest est une véritable mine d'or! Aujourd'hui, je vous présente mes ateliers préférés pour la familiarisation avec les lettres de l'alphabet. 1) Modèles pointillés + crayon effaçable à sec Peut être fait avec de la pâte à modeler ou des objets Cliquez sur l'image ci-dessous pour télécharger le document gratuitement. 2) Pâte à modeler + emporte-pièces de lettres 3) Pâte à modeler + napperons 4) Pâte à modeler + blocs LEGO 5) Pâte à modeler + estampes 6) Aimants ou jetons 7) Bricoler à partir de chacune des lettres 8) Estampes Cliquez sur l'image ci-dessous pour obtenir plus de détails. 9) B.I.N.G.O. des lettres 10) Tuiles lettrées 11) Lettres aimantées 12) Sable / Sel 13) Lettres à lacer 14) Blocs LEGO 15) Marqueur de lettres Connaissez-vous l'album Chicka Chicka Boom Boom?

Cet atelier pourrait être intéressant dans le coin audio. L'élève pourrait manipuler les lettres tout en suivant l'histoire. J'espère que vous vous sentez inspirés après toutes ces idées! Mrs. T's First Grade Class: Apples. Prekpages apple visual discrimination. Matching Apples and Worms: Craft Activity} - Printables.

Escargot sur une pomme - Comptine pour les petits (French Nursery rhyme) A Day in First Grade | How to make applesauce in your classroom {recipe included} 21 Sep, 2013. . A Day In First Grade, First Grade, First Grade Language, First Grade Science, Kindergarten Language, Kindergarten Science, Science, Writing. Posted By: Kristen Smith On Friday my class made homemade applesauce in class. It is truly one of my favorite activities that I do every year. My students walked in to see the anchor chart and immediately were smitten. We also had a brief mini lesson on different types of text. We discussed how chefs need to follow a recipe when they cook something.

{Insert funny story of this one time when someone’s mom had a DISASTER in the kitchen.} Exactly! (For this activity I always ask for parent volunteers to supply us with the ingredients.) I asked my students if anyone had something for our project and my proud students went to their backpacks and produced the supplies. Ingredients: 10 large cooking apples: peeled, sliced and diced(I have a *reliable* parent peel, slice, and dice 10 apples and bring in the pieces in a tupperware container.

AppleShapePuzzles. Apple Graphs and Glyph - Miss Kindergarten. Shewie! What a week! We started back at school last week and I have neglected my poor little blog! I promise I will be back tomorrow with the winners of a week of giveaways! And I also have more giveaways coming up soon! I wanted to share with you some fun little apple activities you can use during the fall season or during your apple week! It comes with four class graphs, two science experiments {nothing big, don't worry!

Just a simple sink or float experiment!} Here's a closer look at what's included: Apple sorting- I have my students bring in one apple and we put all the apples in one large basket. Apple tasting- We taste each color apple and graph which one is our favorite! Then we do two experiments. And then, will the apple seeds sink or float? Finally, we make a little apple glyph! I am obsessed with the little bows on the worms! You can pick this up at my TpT shop for $4! I hope you all had a great weekend!