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Preschool Apple Week Book and "Articraft"

In this one time class, we will read aloud Apples for Everyone by Jill Esbaum and then we will make glitter apple paint prints with apples.
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45 minutes
per class
Meets once
year olds
learners per class
per learner

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Students will learn all about apples from the blossom to the fully ripe apple.  Students will also practice counting, fine and gross motor skills, and learn what happens when you mix red, yellow, and green paint.  Students will also practice 1-1 correspondence and counting skills as we stamp apples.
I am a licensed teacher with over 20 years of teaching experience.  I also am a reading/literacy specialist and a certified Orton-Gillingham instructor.  I love using children's literature to teach and engage students in learning.
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What you need for glitter apple stamping: *Large sheets of paper (I like to use butcher paper. You can also use finger-paint paper, or legal sized white paper) You could also use the non printed side of paper grocery sacks. You will need about 7-10 pieces of paper. *At LEAST 6 pre cut apple halves with handles (see upload picture of how to cut the apples so they have a handle) *Glitter *Washable Poster Paint, finger-paint, or tempera paint. You will need green, yellow, and red paint. *Paper plates to put the paint on (at least 3 different paper plates and have a few extra ones handy) *Drop cloth, table covering such as newspaper, and paint clothes or apron.
45 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Parents will need to pre cut the apples for painting.  Please see the uploaded picture to see how to cut the apples so they have a "handle".  Students will need at least six pre cut apple "stamps" and up to six would be helpful since we will be mixing the paints. 
The book we will be reading is titled Apples for Everyone by Jill Esbaum.  I will provide the book.


About Me

Hello, my name is Mary Reasner.  I am a licensed teacher with over 20 years of teaching experience in all different grade levels from preschool through high school (English). I am also a certified dyslexia therapist and reading specialist.  I... 
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