The Life Cycle of an Apple Tree Workbook

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As summer winds down and we head into the cooler weather of fall, you start to get excited about things changing. Leaves changing their colors, and cold weather moving in. Then you start to think about things you can do in the fall.

If your kids love fall then you need this life cycle of an apple tree workbook.

Apple picking is a wonderful fall activity that will get your entire family tired out for the day.

Or climb trees and pick the best apples to take home and turn them into apple pie, sauce and desserts.

This apple tree workbook is perfect for your young learner to not only learn about apple trees but to also practice other skills in the process. #apples #hsfreebies #iaydhomeschoolers #iaydhsmoms

How to use the workbook

The way I love to start any new topic is a good book. Find your favorite apple or apple life cycle book and read it with your child. It’s a wonderful way to introduce any new topic because you can sit and discuss it with your kids.

Then bring in a hands-on component, go apple picking and ask the workers lots of questions, head out to the grocery store and see the different types of apples out there. Apple picking is just more fun and totally counts as gym with all the activity of climbing the trees to find the perfect apples.

Choose a few activities to do each day rather than doing them all and overloading your child. We don’t want them to hate apples after this.

I always take my cue from the child to see how much they can work on comfortably.

The Life Cycle of an Apple Tree Workbook includes:

  • 3 part cards for vocabulary
  • Life cycle flipbook
  • Letter dot coloring pages
  • Printable puzzles
  • Writing worksheets
  • Counting and skip counting puzzles
  • I spy games
  • Writing prompts
  • Parts of an apple labeling worksheets
  • Drawing prompts
  • Mini reading book
  • Life cycle sequencing activities

More Hands-On Activities to Do 

Bake an apple pie or other apple dessert. We love a good apple crisp here and it’s so easy to make.

Make your own apple sauce and use it in baking.

Use the workbook to practice vocabulary words, writing, skip counting, sequence and labeling the parts of an apple and the stages of its life cycle.

Discuss how the apple tree grows from a seed, how the buds form on the tree and then it blossoms to an apple. How farmers know when the apple is ripe for picking.

Talk about if they’re sprayed with pesticides or not to protect them for bugs. And which pests can be found ruining apples.

This apple tree workbook is perfect for your young learner to not only learn about apple trees but to also practice other skills in the process. #apples #hsfreebies #iaydhomeschoolers #iaydhsmoms

Apples are a perfect unit study for any child, especially during the fall. The Apple life cycle workbook is great for preschool to grade 1 students. As they work through these hands-on activities, they will learn about how apples grow, can watch their own seeds sprout and more! 

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Monique shares homeschool science ideas that make teach science in a way your kids will love, even without a science degree. You can join the Living Life and Learning community here or find me on Facebook or Instagram.

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Bridget has been married to her best friend for 14 years. They have 4 amazing and wild children. Bridget enjoys reading, writing and stealing stolen quiet moments to curl up to a good movie. Her goal is to inspire moms and wives to be the best that they can for the glory of God.
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  1. Thank you for all you do to teach and encourage! Remain, abide, John 15, and your fruit basket will continue to overflow:). Prayers for your cont’d healing.

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