Apple Theme Preschool Box

M is for Monster

Regular price $32.95

It's fall y'all! {sorry-I couldn't help it!} Start off the season with one of my favorite fruits-apples! 

 Option book add on: Bad Apple: A Tale of Friendship by Edward Hemingway

WHAT'S INCLUDED:
  • Fruit Baskets
  • Yellow Clothespins
  • Apple Cards
  • 1 pack apple stickers
  • 1 pack apple cards
  • 1 pack pony beads
  • Red, yellow and green construction paper
  • Black and white apple images
  • 1 bottle glue
  • 1 pack pom poms
  • 3 apple stencils
  • 6 pot washable paint pots

ACTIVITIES:
  1. Apples and Beads- Write numbers on the paper apples. Use the pony beads and count out the number written on the card. Works on: fine motor, number recognition, counting skills
  2. Apple Trees- Write numbers in the boxes on the tree. Separate out the red, green and yellow pom poms for apples. Use the tweezers to pick up the “apples” and place on top of the tree adding the same number in the box. Works on: fine motor, number recognition, counting skills
  3. Apple Baskets- Write letters or sight words on the big apple cards. Write the same letters on the little apple cards. Cut out the big and little apple cards. Use the clothes pins to put the big apples on to the baskets. Sort the apples into the matching basket. Say the sound that is on the card out loud each time you put an apple in the basket. Works on: letter recognition, letter sounds.
  4. Apple Colors- Recognize the color word on the paper. You can leave the words black and white or color it with crayons or markers. . Spread glue all over the apple. Using the construction paper, rip the paper and place on the glue until all the apple is covered. Works on: fine motor, color recognition, art
  5. Apple Sticker Counting- Write numbers in the boxes on the paper. Recognize the number on the page and add that many apple stickers to the basket. Works on: fine motor, number recognition, counting skills
  6. Apple Patterning- Using the red, yellow and green paint, take the sponge and apple stencils and create patterns on the plain paper. Works on: fine motor, color recognition, early math skills