Kindergarten Apple Lesson Plans

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Peek at my Week-Apples

September 28 Deedee 1 min read

We had a great time completing our farm book last week, but it put us a little behind when it came to learning about apples. This week, we’ll be using these kindergarten apple lesson plans!

That horse picture makes me happy!
So this week we will REALLY start to learn about apples!
They loved learning this poem last week, so we will keep it another week.  My “early finishers” will practice putting the apples in the pie and they sing this poem.  They seriously crack me up!
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I am adding some differentiation in my listening station response paper!  So easy!
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And these oldies, but goodies will make an appearance during math stations.
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Here is my focus wall for next week.
And here are my plans.



  • Zoe September 28 at 3:28 am

    Apples would be such a fun topic to teach! I get so jealous looking at all the fun things American teachers get to do, especially Johnny Appleseed crafts and activities!
    Thanks for sharing 🙂

    Oh the Little Wonders

  • Tamara V. Russell September 28 at 6:23 am

    Girl….my EVERYTHING feels late this year! 🙁 I'm not doing apples until NEXT week. I still have to finish all my push and pull experiments from LAST week. We only had four days. Those short weeks KILL me! 🙁 There's already not enough time in the day, you know? But at least it gives me some time to gather my ideas together for next week! 🙂 Can't wait to see what else you guys come up with for apples this week! 🙂 Thanks for hosting! 🙂

  • Sandi MacDougall September 28 at 10:20 am

    Thanks for sharing, Deedee.

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