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.
After reading Dr. Seuss' (Theo. Lesieg) Ten Apples Up On Top , have students write their name on red, green and yellow apples and then glue them in an ABCABC pattern, on top of their head shot.