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Apple Week Fun - with Freebies!...I like the idea of putting everything together in a booklet!

Apple Week Fun - with Freebies!I like the idea of putting everything together in a booklet!

First Grader...at Last!: Appletivities...and 2 Apple FREEBIES!

Last week was apple week, and if you know me, you know I LOVE planning some thematic activities about apples! Such a fun time of year!

It's Apple Week!!

It's Apple Week! Wouldn't this be a cute adjective idea? Or maybe create an apple tree and have each student make their own apple adjective?

Apples, Johnny Appleseed Teaching Theme at Little Giraffes Teaching Ideas

Apples, Johnny Appleseed Teaching Theme at Little Giraffes Teaching Ideas with five senses

JOHNNY APPLESEED and APPLE TIME IS COMING!!!!!  Apples & Johnny Appleseed Writing "Research" w/ Literacy and Math Activities!  Lots of leveled skills for leveled learning!!!  Tons of writing activities and printables!  TWO FREEBIES in the Download Preview! Over 80 pages of leveled skills!

Apples and Johnny Appleseed Research

Apples & Johnny Appleseed Writing "Research" w/ Literacy and Math Activities!

Johnny Appleseed and Apples  Unit Study and Lapbook Printables  Research by Lisa H. Johnny Appleseed images by Breezy Tulip lapbook printables by Ami Brainerd

Johnny Appleseed and Apples <br /> Unit Study and Lapbook Printables apple parts, taste test, fact vs.

So this week was APPLE-Fantastic! We learned about apples all week, tasted apples, ate...

Apple-Palooza {FREEBIES Galore} Apple Activities for your Classroom! (First Grade Blue Skies)

Apple-Palooza {FREEBIES Galore} Apple Activities for your Classroom! Apple week activities including a directed drawing for Johnny Appleseed

Here is a fun and interactive way to get your students involved in graphing the results of a taste-test of three different kinds of apples. Introduce children to collecting and organizing data, reading and understanding the results using a graph.

Fun and interactive way to get your students involved in graphing: graph the results of a taste-test of three different kinds of apples. Introduce children to collecting and organizing data, reading and understanding the results using a graph.

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