You will love how many activities you can do with these apples that help cover numerous Common Core State Standards. The photo only shows a sampling of what's in the packet.
The packet includes: numbered apples from 1-120. Use these as anchor charts or a help poster for your students math folders. The apple 1-120 individual strips, can be cut to form a number line to aid in counting up to 100 Day. There are 16 "What's Missing?" activity sheets. Run them off for students to fill in, or laminate and have children place number tiles on empty spaces. There are apples with numbers as well as number words. Use them for games, pocket charts, or your word wall. Skip counting by 2's, 3's, 5's and 10's is also included + 4 games, with the ability to create many more. Math symbols allow students to use the apples to create and solve equations.
13 pages. Common Core State Standard: 1.MD.3a
Use these themed apple cards to teach/review digital and analog time to the hour and half hour. This FREE packet includes 2 assessments, plus a black and white template and cover, so children can make their own Itty Bitty Telling Time booklet. This is a special FREEBIE in my TpT shop. Click on the link to grab yours today.
These activities can be used several different ways: as a worksheet for table top sequencing, as a flip book, or for a game. Also includes 6 life cycle of an apple teacher cards, suitable for your word wall, pocket chart or mini booklet.
Your students will enjoy making this apple counting booklet. Children trace and write the number & number word. They find that number in the sequence (0-10) and circle it. They also slash that many tally marks and bingo dot that many apples on their tree.
Quick, easy and effective way to teach/review ordinal numbers along with patterning. Students number the items and color the themed-object in an ABAB or ABCABC pattern. They also draw lines from the ordinal number word, to the matching object in line.
Word finds are a quick, easy and fun way to build vocabulary, while reinforcing letter recognition and spelling.
Why not have your students help create the decorations for your classroom with this cute apple-themed "welcome" banner. On the 1st day when things are hectic, it's nice to have an independent activity that students can be doing.
9 pages. If you're doing an apple theme, then you'll enjoy this apple 10 frame packet.
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A quick, easy and fun way to teach the parts of an apple. Run the apple cover off on red, yellow and green construction paper and give students a choice. Older children can label their apple by writing on the lines, younger students can cut and glue the word-labels.
These are great activities to do after reading Dr. Seuss' (Theo. LeSieg's) book, Ten Apples Up On Top. Students can simply choose an animal from the story and color it, and then cut and glue their apples on top of their character. (I've included blank red apples, blank black and white apples, as well as numbered apples in color and in black and white.) or older students can roll the dice to see which apple they should glue up on top. Numbered strips are provided for the game. There's also a graphing extension.