Check out these awesome Free Apple Worksheets for Preschool! Build fine motor skills with cut & paste worksheets, tracing sheets, eye spy’s, puzzles, and more! Get creative with apple coloring sheets and Dot Dot sheets! Apples are a great theme to start the school year. Learn colors, numbers, and letters with this printable pack. Print all 10 apple activities below! Be sure to print your Apple Craft to go along with your worksheet pack.
Apple Worksheets for Preschool
Get creative with Dot Dot markers in a apple Dot Dot worksheet. What color will your apple be? Next, find all 10 apples in the apple eye spy! Use a marker or crayon to circle each apple. To build pincher strength, use small stickers. Peel and stick one sticker onto each apple. Use markers, crayons, or watercolors to fill in the apple coloring page, then use a marker or crayon to trace the A’s in the apple theme tracing sheet.
Apple Activities for Preschool
Trace numbers 1-10 in the apple counting worksheet. Use a marker or crayon to trace each number. Practice letter recognition in the a is for apple Dot Dot sheet. Use a Dot Dot marker and place one dot into each circle with the letter A. Be sure to print your Parts of an Apple Chart to go on the wall. Build fine motor skills with a cut & paste apple puzzle. Cut out the pieces and glue each one to its matching number.
Apple Theme for Pre-K
Next, match your letter in the apple letter matching worksheet. Cut out the letters at the bottom of the page and paste each one to its same partner. The apple word tracing worksheet is great for building pre-writing skills. Color the apples at the top of the page and trace the word “apple” three time beneath. Have fun counting numbers 1-5 in the apple number matching worksheet. Cut out the numbers at the bottom of the page and glue each one to its matching row.
Apple Books for Preschool
Reading with your little ones is a great way to build vocabulary skills, build a social connection, and discover potential interests! Check out my top three recommendations for apple books for preschool! Have fun talking about what apples taste like, smell like, and feel like. Read “Applesauce Day”, “Hungry Bunny”, and “How Do Apples Grow”?
Apple Activities for Pre-K
Keep the apple theme going with some fun activities that will build fine motor skills and engage your little ones in new experiences.
I LOVE making apple patterns from Teach Preschool. This is a great way to introduce your little ones to simple patterns with green and red apples. Draw a simple pattern with green and yellow circles on a sheet of long, white paper. Have your little ones place the same color apple onto each circle.
Next, have fun making an Apple Craft! Print your free apple template and use contact paper to fill the center of the apple. Have your little ones use tissue paper squares to make their apples colorful. Place your finished apple suncatcher in the window and see it brighten up the room!
Finally, check out bobbing for apples from Fantastic Fun and Learning. Place several apples into a large bowl of water. Have your little ones use tongs to pick apples out of the water. This is a great way to build color recognition as well. Don’t forget to eat an apple after the activity!
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