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What do your children know about the life cycle of a tree?
Do they understand that trees begin as a seed?
I created this Apple Tree Life Cycle printable to offer at least three different ways to teach children about the life cycle of an apple tree.
With this printable activity, children will learn tree vocabulary and identify the key steps from apple seed to mature, fruit-bearing apple tree.
Note: For more apple learning resources, see my Apple Unit Study page.
The first activity included in the Apple Tree Life Cycle pack is a worksheet with images of the apple tree life cycle. Simply prepare labels that your child can use to label each of the steps on the worksheet.
Below is what the completed worksheet looks like.
The printable also includes images of the six stages of the apple tree life cycle you can cut out and have your child place into order. The little blue arrows are included as well.
You can also use the Montessori-style 3-part cards and have your child place the correct label with the correct image.
What I love about this printable is how versatile it is. Each activity has a different level of difficulty, so you can use this activity for children at different ages and levels of development.
You can also use this over and over with your children as they grow.
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More Apple Resources
More apple posts from Gift of Curiosity:
- Apple Unit Study
- Apple Printables Pack
- Apple Do-a-Dot Printables
- Apple taste testing
- Apple rotting experiment
- Dissecting an apple
- Apple sensory bin
- Apple Montessori activities
For more kid-friendly apple activities and apple printables, see my Apple Unit Study page and my Apples Pinterest board.
Omg. I love these printables!
Wao! I love your printables. I am imagining what my class room will be like when the children are having fun using these materials to learn. Well done Katie.