1-2-3 Come Count Apples With Me
Bingo daubers were always part of our daily centers. My students LOVED dotting patterns, answers, and pictures with them. With that in mind, I designed the Apples On My Tree Counting Booklet.
Students trace and write the number word and then find it in the sequence and circle it. They also slash that many tally marks and dot that many apples on the tree with a bingo dauber. I have red, yellow and lime green colors available, to review that science fact.
The last page ends with 10 apples and also asks children to daub an apple on the final tree, for each year that they are old. When everyone has completed their booklet, read it as a whole group to reinforce concepts of print.
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