Life Cycle of an Apple Activities: Emergent Reader & Apple Crafts

Life Cycle of an Apple Activities: Emergent Reader & Apple Crafts
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Click the PREVIEW to see what goodies are in the packet.

You’ll love the versatility, as it’s appropriate for a variety of ages and levels, with lots of options.

The Life Cycle of an Apple emergent reader, is great non-fiction practice that reinforces plenty of sight words, as it includes 31 from the Dolch word lists!

Picture prompts help with the other words.

I’ve included a color copy for teachers, as well as a student copy in black & white.

Children trace and write the life cycle words, read the simple sentences, color the pictures, then cut & collate the pages into a “just the right size” booklet.

There’s a template with 6 on a page, as well as one with 12 mini-pages on a one-page template, so that you have the option to make Itty Bitty booklets, that are a real paper-saver.

To assist with reading, review the life cycle of an apple, with the 8 colorful pocket chart cards.

I also made a bookmark-size template for your students.

You can also introduce or review the life cycle, with the colorful apple poster.

For further reinforcement, I've included a black line version to use as a worksheet.

The 2 apple craftivities also reinforce the life cycle. Nothing like a hands-on artsy activity to get your kiddos excited.

I’ve included a simple 4-section life cycle, as well as a more detailed one, with 7 sections.

Completed projects look awesome dangling from the ceiling, as there is a front & back for each project.

Choose either the apple with a sweet fingerprint poem, or the equally adorable apple pie. (I spritzed ours with apple-cinnamon air freshener! Our room smells fabulous!)

I’m Diane from Teach With Me, hoping your kiddos enjoy doing these activities as much as mine did.

An added bonus, is the wonderful compliments you’ll get from appreciative parents, who’ll love this special keepsake.

Click here, to see my other apple activities.

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