1. Print multiple copies of the apples, depending on how many you want to use for the game. Cut the apples apart. Apples can be mounted to construction paper and/or laminated for added durability.
2. Print one copy of the worm page. Cut apart.
3. Glue the worms (one worm for each apple) to the back of a select number of apples (you do not need to use all of the worms). For example, if you are using 10 apples for the game, glue worms to the back of four apples.
1. Put the apples on the table, apple side up.
2. Have the students take turns picking one apple at a time. Then, have the student look to see if the apple has a worm on the back.
3. If the student gets an apple without a worm, he/she gets to keep it. If the apple has a worm, the student cannot keep it and it goes into a bad apple pile. The student with the most good apples at the end wins.