This Apple Orchard Field Trip Booklet is designed to give your student’s some focus while they are on their classroom field trip. I have found that many of my students have gone to the orchard with their families, and having this Apple Orchard Field Trip Booklet in hand helps bring a learning focus to the field trip. This Field Trip Booklet may also be used in your classroom as a follow-up activity after you have visited the orchard!
You may choose to use any or all of the 10 activity pages you would like when you reproduce your booklet for your own class and put them in any order you would see fit. The following types of printable activities are included in the booklet:
Discovering a variety of chores to perform on an Apple Orchard.
Recognizing the numerous foods that can be made from apples.
Listing different types of apples.
Using close observation skills to observe one particular apple of choice.
Understanding the different parts of an apple.
Describing their favorite apple.
Listing things at the orchard that begin with each letter of the alphabet.
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Since laughter is the best medicine, I’ll leave you with an apple joke prescription!!
After a minor mathematical error on a routine report, a worker's boss
tried to belittle him in front of his peers. Angrily she asked, "If you had 4 apples and I asked for one, how many would you have left?" Quickly he replied, "If it was you who asked, I'd still have 4 apples."