This resource includes:
These can be used when telling the story of Johnny Appleseed. Attach magnets on the backs and use on a magnetic board. Use them in a pocket display for telling the story. Use them on a mini bulletin board display. Attach popsicle sticks and use as puppets.
Words Describing Johnny Appleseed:
Students will write in words describing Johnny Appleseed.
Apple Writing/Journaling Pages:
There are four different journaling pages. These are a fun way for students to write and draw a picture as a visual.
How Many Apples?:
Print apples on cardstock, laminate and cut out. The students use these as visual counters when completing the “How Many Apples?” addition worksheet.
Addition Color by Number:
A fun way for students to practice their addition by adding and coloring Johnny Appleseed and his apples.
My Apple Tree Book:
This is a fun little book you can put together for your students showing how an apple grows. Print and cut out pages on the lines. Then staple the pages into a little book. For younger students still learning to read you can read the book with them. Older students will have fun reading the book. The pictures can be colored in to complete the book.
Apple Color Sentences:
The student reads the apple sentence. Writes the sentence. Then colors the apple the color indicated in the sentence. There are four half sheets.
Students will fill this sheet out as they make observations about an apple. This is a great science activity.