After sharing some fun apple crafts from books about apples, I have some printables for one of those books. My family loved Dr. Seuss books, but never found Ten Apples on Top until last year. So, I’m getting a copy for my grandkids, so I’ll be prepared. If you want to get a copy for your family, .
Today, I have a few Ten Apples On Top activities and they are free to you. Be sure to read the book, just for fun before you start any Ten Apples on Top activity. You’ll also get our Apple Activity Guide, including Johnny Appleseed and other activities for learning about apples.
On each page of the book, let your child count each apple on top of the character’s head.
Cut out 10 apples and glue them to a long piece of construction paper. Let your child write his numbers on each apple.
On each page, let your child choose the words that rhyme. Use our free homeschool worksheet – printable to get started. Simply enter your first name and primary email below and we will send it to you… for FREE!
See how many apples your child can stack on top of each other.
Make sugar cookies with an apple cookie cutter. Frost with red or green frosting. Read Ten Apples On Top! Start a stack of apples. As you read add another cookie on top. When you are done…enjoy your cookies.
You can start your own Dr. Seuss library by clicking on this image. This is how we started our family library of Dr. Seuss books. It’s excellent!
Question: What other apple activities for kids have you done? You can leave a comment by clicking here