It’s apple week at my son’s preschool, and this apple preschool activity is a hit!
Mom! Today I tasted a YELLOW apple! It was soooo good. I didn’t like the green one though…it was too sour.
Apple preschool activities have been such a hit that I wanted to carry the apple theme right on into our next Breakfast Invitation.
What’s not to love about that?!
RELATED: Curious about how to make your days more enjoyable? Our Startup Guide shares all our tips and tricks to simplify your day.
Make the home school connection.
One valuable thing you can do for your children takes what they are learning at school, and keep it very hands-on at home. It is as if you are taking the apple preschool activity and showing your child that you are invested in what he is learning.
Keeping the apple preschool activity hands-on also helps keep the content learning more meaningful.
RELATED: Even better? Try this apple dot-to-dot for your next Breakfast Invitation.
Preschoolers, apples, and glue are a winning combination.
I knew my four-year-old would be full-on invested in this apple sorting and gluing activity. I mean…who doesn’t love to use a glue stick at 7 am?!
Since my preschooler now attends half-day preschool, I knew that the teachers would want him to have experience with using a glue stick. So at home, we get to practice exploring how to hold it and just how much glue is needed to help the pom poms stick
Are you working with your child on holding a glue stick? Try saying this:
Just a little dab of glue will do!
RELATED: Want more apples? You won’t want to miss this apple book list from my friend at Fantastic Fun and Learning!
Let’s set up this preschool apple activity!
The night before showing my four-year-old this apple activity, I set this up on the kitchen table.
Keeping the supplies similar to what we already own is also important. You can see what we keep on hand here on our supply list.
I call these Breakfast Invitations; simple solutions to wake up, make breakfast as kids are invited to learn through play.
tape down your white paper roll
draw a red apple, green apple, and yellow apple – use GOOGLE images to help get you started if you need a quick visual
place red, green, and yellow pompoms to the left of your paper
place a glue stick on your white paper roll
When your preschoolers come to breakfast in the morning, invite him to match and glue the “apples” onto the larger apple.
LOVE THIS IDEA OF A BREAKFAST INVITATION? START HERE.
Days with Grey is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program. As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases. Read more about these links in my disclosure policy.
Here’s what my four-year-old is learning:
holding a glue stick – which will lead to a more efficient pencil grip READ MORE ABOUT PENCIL GRIP HERE.
classification by color
making a home school connection
conversation starters about why apples are different colors and the differences he remembers in the way apple taste
Go ahead! Set this apple Breakfast Invitation up for tomorrow!