Apples Up on Top! by Dr. Seuss Ten Apples Up on Top! Board
Book by Dr. Seuss
Read:Ten Apples Up On Top! Have the children count the
apples as you read the story.
Place a large apple tree and have a child(ren) place ten red
apples numbered 1-10 on it (or you can use blank apples or apple
stickers). Have the children count as you place the
apples on the tree and after all the apples are on the tree. Apple Craft
Use the apple pattern at Preschool
Apple Patterns. Cut the apple out of red paper.
Cut a green leaf. Cut a brown stem and glue onto the
back of the apple. Make finger prints using your favorite
color of paint. Hole punch a hole and hang using yarn. Apple Tree Craft
Take a 9-inch paper plate. Make a brown trunk (with a larger
bottom). Glue it onto the back of the paper plate.
(For older children (or homeschooling), have the children tear
some brown construction paper for the trunk and glue it on a white
trunk.) Fingerprint with red, green, and/or yellow paint (or
glue pieces of paper) onto the paper plate. (If desired, you
can number ten of the painted or glued on apples.)
Ten Little Apple Seeds Book
Make an apple book called, "Ten (10) Little Apple Seeds".
On the cover and the first page, write, "10 Little Apple
Seeds". On the left hand side of the book, number each page
through the number "10". Have the child paint the correct
number of seeds on each page. (For older children, you can
have them glue pieces of brown yarn or apple seeds.) In the
inside, glue the words on the opposite side of the cover.
Cut an apple into fourths. Cut out the cores. Place a
wooden toothpick in one side of the apple and then a large
marshmallow on it.Apple Smiles
Peel and core an apple.
Cut it into slices.
Place some caramel, melted chocolate chips, or peanut butter on
Have the children decorate it using raisins, chocolate chips, gum
drops, etc. to make a happy apple.
Peanut butter/other type of nut butter, or caramel
Raisins, chocolate chips or other type of chip
Cut off the top of the apple. Using spoon, scoop out core of
apple. Fill the apple with butter/other type of nut butter,
or caramel and top with raisins, chocolate chips or other type of
If you want to eat this later, brush the apple edges with lemon
juice to prevent browning and wrap in foil.
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