Page 2: Pattern Mat; copy on cardstock (in color) and laminate.
Students will use manipulatives on next page to complete the next three objects in each pattern.
Page 3: Make your own pattern. Copy on cardstock and laminate. Students use manipulatives to make their own patterns.
Page 4: Manipulatives for Patterns. Copy on cardstock, laminate and cut apart each graphic. Store in a ziploc bag with the pattern mats.
Page 5: Anchor Chart for Life Cycle of an Apple Tree
Page 6: Blank Life Cycle ; copy on cardstock and laminate.
Page 7: Copy (one page for every two students) manipulatives on cardstock, laminate and cut out. Store in ziploc bag with life cycle mat for a re-usable center. Students will use manipulatives to fill in the life cycle.
Page 8: A cut and glue sorting center (copy one for every student) and have each child cut on dotted lines and glue the different stages in the life cycle onto the page.
Page 9: Anchor Chart for Parts of an Apple
Page 10: copy in color on cardstock and laminate. Work Mat for re-usable center for students to place the name of the part in the correct space.
Page 11: There are five sets of labels on this page. Print as many as you need to use with page 10. Print in color on cardstock, laminate and store in a ziploc bag.
Page 12: Worksheet for each student to cut and glue the names of the parts of the apple onto the correct space.
Page 13: Apples poem to read chorally
Page 14: Homemade Applesauce can be made in the classroom!
Page 15: Directions for how to make an apple using tissue paper, glue, pencil and fine motor skills.
Page 16: pattern. Make one copy per student on white cardstock or construction paper
Page 17: small pattern to take less time. Make one copy for every TWO students.
Page 18: picture of completed apple made with tissue paper.
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