Books We Read (Apps, too)
One Acorn More by Don Freeman
10 Apples Up on Top by Dr. Seuss
5 Little Monkeys Swinging in the Tree with Mr. Mike video
1 – Hand-print Alligator
When the paint hand prints dried, we counted, and glued on, the white triangle teeth.
2 – Hand-print Apple
3 – Tissue Paper Acorn
I found the image HERE through a Google search.
This was a fine motor project, as well as an art project. Grace had to rip the tissue paper strips into small bits to glue on the image.
4 – A Apple
I got the idea for these HERE.
5 – Fingerprint Ants
We are making an alphabet book, with inspiration from HERE.
6 – Dot Marker Aa
I made a set of these for the entire alphabet in Word with “WordArt.” The font is Century Gothic.
Counting Apple Seeds
A roll of the die tells you how many apple seeds go onto your apple.
This kept her busy for about 10 minutes. Success!
Alphabet Letter Find
Yes, I had to sweep up rice at least once a day, but she had so much fun burying and finding the letters and putting them in their places.
10 Apples Up On Top
She loved it.
The idea was to count the apples that were going on each Gracie.
I made this in Word with a “table.”
A and a Apple Tree
This was an example of letter recognition and reinforcement – the apples have the letters A and a on them. Grace also enjoyed counting them and sorting the red from the green apples.