Apple season is here so we’ve rounded up some amazingly fun learning activities featuring this crunchy fruit kids love. Get the nitty gritty in breaking down an apple and naming its parts, refresh your fall library with educational apple books, or use apples as a fun theme to learn math and counting. These fantastic activities will keep your little ones engaged and learning this fall season, all the while having fun.
Parts of An Apple Free Printable (via A Little Pinch of Perfect)
Grab this cute free printable to learn all the parts of an apple for kids to read and color in.
ABC Printable Apple Matching Game (via Artsy Momma)
Here’s another fun printable that’s in the shape of an apple and encourages kids to learn their ABC’s.
Apple Cube Activity (via 1 + 1 = 1)
Kids will love matching and lining cubes up to this free printable featuring apple trees for an engaging activity.
Apple Seed Counting (via From ABCs to ACTs)
Make learning numbers fun for your tot or preschooler with this cute roll and count seed project.
Apple Number Activity (via Fun a Day)
Learn how to make tiny scented apples and incorporate them into a cute counting game that teaches preschoolers how to match one corresponding object to another.
Roll and Cover Apple Math Game (via Mom Inspired Life)
This is such a simple and fun activity for little ones to roll and cover up corresponding numbers which takes less than 5 minutes to set up!
Do a Dot Apple Printables (via Crystal & Co.)
Use dot markers along with these bright and colorful printables to learn about the letter sounds of A, counting circles, and finding matching letters.
Ten Apples on Top Activity (via Cutting Tiny Bites)
Little fans of Dr. Seuss’s book Ten Apples on Top will love this cheerful activity that helps kids count apples along the way.
Apple Book List (via Pre-K Pages)
Need some apple reading inspiration? Get the book list for these top 10 recommended apple books for little ones here.
Apple Venn Diagram (via Teach With Me)
These apple “Venn Friends” are a fun back to school craft for elementary school age kids to get to know their classmates.
What are your favorite apple learning activities? Check out more apple crafts here!