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Apples, Apples, Apples Paperback – September 1, 2004
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We read the book for group time today and made the applesauce, which we will have for snack after they wake from nap. I make it in a crock pot and let it simmer in there for a few hours. It makes the classroom smell wonderful and really builds the anticipation for getting to finally try it.
We'll be doing apple prints next week. I prefer to use the whole apple halves, rather than cutting around the "star" in the middle (which is what the book says to do). You do kind of waste the apple that way because you could eat the parts you cut off the other way, but the prints are more representative of apples when you use the whole halves. I also cut an apple the other way (top to bottom) so the kids can make prints that are the actual heart-like shape of the apple. If you use the whole halves, be sure to cut notches so the kids have somewhere to hold them. It's hard to pick apple halves up when they are stuck to your paper with paint and all you have to grab onto is smooth apple skin.Read more ›
Each member of the family wants a different type of apple for a different purpose. The family cooks applesauce and the recipe is included. There is a song with music notations and directions for doing an apple printing craft.
This family enjoys learning about the apples and there are some factual pictures such as how the apple tree is grafted onto a root and a labeling of the parts of a bisected apple. I especially like how the story illustrates the children and parents as being interested in learning about the apples.
This is a fun storybook, a good mixture of story and facts with a few activities! This would make a great book for preschool or Kindergarten teaches, perfect for reading in the autumn or combining with a real trip to pick apples!
The book not only offers a story, but great apple activities as well.
As a childcare provider, I highly recommend this book!
Edit: It's 4 years later, and I just downloaded it again. My now 6 year old and 4 year old still are loving it.....they've had tons of apple questions lol :)
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It was fun to read to kids; and they loved it. It has a good knowledge about apples.Published 6 months ago by eric to
Read it with my Kindergartener to learn about apples. The right amount of knowledge for that age and easy enough to understand.Published 7 months ago by G. Drochner
Great book for teaching my preschool class about apples and for getting us ready to go apple picking. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Crudo