Saturday, October 13, 2012

Apples Apples Apples!

We celebrated letter Aa this week and had a great time doing lots of apple activities.

Eat an Apple Poem
 
 
 
TLC Apple puzzle after read Non-fiction books about Apples
 
 
 
Parts of An Apple
We cut open an apple and observed the insides. Then we labled the parts of an apple.
 


 
10 Apples Up On Top!
We read the book and created apples up on top of our heads.
We counted the apples and wrote the number on a recording sheet.
 








Apple Measurement!
We measured ourselves with apples and wrote how many apples tall we were and our friend was. Then we compared our measurements and identified who was shorter and who was taller.







 
Which Color Apple Do You Like Best?
We tasted red, green and yellow apples.
Unfortunately, we came out with a tie and we had to pretend it came out differently to discuss more and less. But I guess we covered same!
 







 
Making Apple Sauce
 
To review our science concept on how heat changes things, we made applesauce!
 
 Before heat!
 After Heat!


 





2 comments:

  1. I love you apple pages!!! Where did you get them and/or would you be willing to share?

    ashley.baker@usd453.org

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  2. Hello!
    I teach ESL in South Korea and will be doing an apple theme next week. Unfortunately, there is only the one red kind of apple here in Korea, so I can't do a taste test with my students. :(

    I really like your apple ideas! Would you possibly be willing to share your apple pages? I would only use them for my classroom and wouldn't distribute them elsewhere.

    My e-mail is kristin.ssaem@gmail.com

    Thank you so much! :)

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