There are two pages of graphics which can be used for telling and retelling of the story Johnny Appleseed. These can be printed on cardstock, laminated and cut out.
Graphics— ways you can use them:
1. Attach magnets on the back and use them on a dry erase magnetic board when telling/retelling of the story. This can also be a great way for students to play with them.
2. Use them with a pocket display chart for telling/retelling of the story.
3. Use them on a mini bulletin board display.
1. How Many Apples? This worksheet allows students to practiced their addition using apples.
2. Addition Coloring. This provides a fun way for students to practicing their addition and colors.
3. Buying Apples. This teaches students the value of a quarter by allowing them buy the apple tree sprouts. You can expand on this worksheet by printing off pictures of the apple tree seedling graphic on cardstock, laminating and cutting out. Provide students with a bunch of these seedlings and play money quarters. Have them pretend to buy and sell these seedlings using the quarters to pay for them.
There is a page for students to read the sentence about the apple, color the apple according to the color they read in the sentence and then write the sentence.
How does an apple tree grow? Have the students number in order how the apple tree grows from a seed.
Apple observation sheet