The Apple Star is a lovely folk tale that has been shared and retold for many years. It reminds us that we may already have the things we wish for, all we need to do is look inside ourselves. This activity comes with the story of the Apple Star, as retold by Maureen Wilson M.S., CCC-SLP, author of The Speech Bubble SLP and complimentary activities.
- Pg 1 and 3-10. Laminate all pages and assemble the book. Use page one as your cover and have the rest of the pages follow in sequence. You can bind the pages or place them in a 3 ring binder.
- Pg 11-12. Laminate and cut vocabulary cards. I recommend reviewing the vocabulary cards first so that students have some information about the text before they start.
- Pg 13-14. Students can cut out, organize, and assemble by stapling the pages together to sequence the events that need to take place to grow an apple.
- Pg 15-16. Students can use the organizer to write down different ways to describe an apple. Then they can use the following page to write their description.
-Pg 17-18. Students can write synonyms, antonyms, describing words, articulation words, etc. in the seeds. Then, they can glue them on the apple.
-Pg 19. Student can use the foldable minibook to retell the story of The Apple Star.
- Pg 20. Students can work on categorizing by listing some of their favorite apple products.
-Pg 21. Additional apple crafts and activities are listed.
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