School has started and fall is fast approaching. It's time to break out the alphabet and the apple activities for back to school fun!
We started our theme with a simple letter trace. It's great for developing letter recognition and fine motor skills, especially in early writers. I drew a letter A on a piece of construction paper and allowed my son to choose from markers or crayons (both would have been OK too) for tracing. Once Michael was done, he pasted on a few apples I had cut for another project.
For more letter recognition and word association, Michael glued apples to the letter A.
Later, his older sister joined the fun.
We also made some applesauce together. Yum, yum!
For more apple activities check out my Apple Themed Pinterest Board!
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*Disclaimer: These activities are a year old. Often, I do things with my kids, take pictures, but never get around to blogging what we've done. I'm lazy, I'll admit it. You know, I sit around, doing nothing all day....Ok, not really. I'm usually running my son to playdates, my daughter to art class, assisting with homework, and doing pesky chores like laundry, vacuuming, and cooking. I figure though, since I'm pregnant and doing less with the kids at the moment, I can catch up on things we did last year so the pictures don't go to waste :)
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