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Apples

For Students 1st Standards
Young readers discover the basics of apples in a reading passage. Then they respond to four comprehension questions that ask when? what? and how?.
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Apple Earth

For Teachers 2nd - 4th
Students explore natural resources of our planet. In this natural resources lesson, students use an apple to explore the land, water, and climate. Students also use the apples to explore the part of our planet that can grow food and...
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The Magic Apple

For Teachers K - 2nd Standards
A fun and delicious instructional activity can help your kids learn about plural nouns and story sequencing. After reading The Magic Apple by Rob Cleveland, kids match pictures to story segments and add s to nouns to make them plural....
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How 'Bout Them Apples?

For Students 3rd Standards
Let's go apple picking! Bring a treasured fall tradition to the classroom with a short story about a family visiting an apple orchard. Complete with multiple-choice and short-answer questions, the resource connects what learners have...
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Apple Math-Focus on Patterning

For Teachers K - 1st
Students construct patterns with apples. In this mathematical thinking and patterning lesson, students compare and contrast several types of apples. Students complete patterns with a SmartBoard activity, and then draw apple patterns on...
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Apple Adjectives

For Teachers 3rd - 5th
Study different apple varieties and use appropriate adjectives to describe them. Learners alphabetize both the apple names and the adjectives before creating spreadsheet, bar, and pie graphs. A mix of language arts, technology, and math!
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An Apple a Day

For Teachers 3rd Standards
New ReviewThree apples—green, red, and rotten—exemplify character traits, negative and positive. Following a discussion about the classroom community, scholars complete an apple-themed worksheet that challenges them to read each trait, color it...
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How Do You Like To Eat Your Apples?-- Class Bar Graph

For Students 1st - 2nd
In this math worksheet, students collaborate as a group to plot data pertaining to their favorite ways to eat apples: sliced, pie, whole, sauce, caramel or muffin. Students record their class data on the bar graph.
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Apples: A Class Act! (Grades Pre-K–3)

For Teachers Pre-K - 3rd Standards
Discover the nutritional wonders of apples and get to know Johnny Appleseed with a plethora of learning experiences that cover subjects math, history, English language arts, health, and arts and crafts. Activities include an apple...
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Why Are There so Many Types of Apples?

For Students 7th - 12th
Ever wonder why there are so many varieties of apples? Due to a process called cross-pollination, apple breeding has allowed for the creation of many types of apples. Watch a video that explains how apples are given their creative names.
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Apples Around Us

For Teachers Pre-K - 2nd Standards
Apple tasting launches an investigation of the story and travels of John Chapman, also known as Johnny Appleseed. After listening to his story, class members craft a summary of the tale, chart his journeys on a map, and sample different...
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Introduce Vocabulary: How to Make an Apple Pie and See the World (Priceman)

For Teachers K - 3rd
Ask budding readers, "How do you make an apple pie?" You may get many answers, but Marjorie Priceman takes the cake with her idea in How to Make an Apply Pie and See the World, an adventurous tale full of wonder and new vocabulary. Using...
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Introduce Vocabulary: A Day at the Apple Orchard (Faulkner and Krawsky)

For Teachers K - 3rd
If your class is reading A Day at the Apple Orchard by Megan Faulkner, be sure to use this guide for vocabulary in context. Go over the orchard-related terms (cycle, harvest, orchard, pollen, and ripen) before reading the story aloud....
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Positional Words with Apples and Worms

For Teachers Pre-K - K
Students practice following directions using positional words. In this positional words lesson, students listen to oral directions and place a worm in the correct place on an apple.
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Ned and the Apples

For Students 1st Standards
Four short answer questions make up a worksheet created to reinforce reading comprehension skills. Scholars read a brief passage about two boys picking apples then recall the story's details answering who, what, where, and how questions.
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Picking Apples

For Teachers 8th Standards
Getting the best pick of the apples depends on where to pick. The short assessment presents a situation in which class members must analyze a real-world situation to determine the cost of picking apples. The pricing structures resemble...
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What Color is Your Apple?

For Teachers 3rd Standards
New ReviewBuild your classroom community with an activity that uses apples to examine oneself and their classmates. Participants draw four large apples on blank paper then exchange them within a small group. Group members write a character trait...
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Apple Exploration!

For Teachers K - 2nd
Students explore a variety of classroom stations about apples and Johnny Appleseed.
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Coloring Apples

For Teachers Pre-K - K
In this coloring worksheet, students color the apples on the left tree red and the apples on the right tree green. Students trace, then practice printing upper and lower case Zaner-Bloser letter Aa.
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Apples to Oregon

For Teachers K - 4th
Students read the story Apples to Oregon about fruit trees being carried along the Oregon Trail. In this reading lesson plan, students write letters to the main character and discuss why this is a tall tale.
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Ten Red Apples Flannel Board Set

For Teachers Pre-K - K
When you finish reading Ten Red Apples by Pat Hutchins, give your kindergartners these felt pieces for their felt storyboard. The pieces include big red apples, farmers, animals, and a big apple tree.
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An Apple a Day

For Teachers Pre-K
Students sort and compare apples before making apple prints. In this apple lesson, students use a painting to inspire art prints made with apple halves. Students compare and sort apples.
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How Does it Grow? Apples

For Students 3rd - 8th
From seed to fruit. Take a look at how apple farmers grow apple trees and manage their orchards. 
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Apples: A Class Act! (Grades 4–6)

For Students 4th - 6th
Middle schoolers have a bushel of fun as they engage in activities and research core facts about apples. Packed with suggestions for in-class activities and out-of-class research, the colorful 6-page packet is sure to satisfy hungry...

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