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Jump in to the wild, wonderful world of Dr. Seuss with our Ten Apples Up On Top printables and activities.
Ten Apples Up On Top Printables and Activities
The Ten Apples Up On Top printable pack includes these activities:
Use Ten Apples Up On Top to teach your young student to count to 10. Use the “How Many Apples Up On Top?” mini-book to teach and reinforce counting to 10.
If your student already knows how to do this, try teaching her to count by 10’s to 100. A printable Count to 100 chart is provided in the printable pack.
Math: Apple Cards
Use the apple cards for the following activities:
1. Match the card with the appropriate number of apples to the number (for example, match the card with four apples to the number four). You could even turn this into a memory matching game with your student.
2. Use the cards for addition problems. For example, give your student the card with two apples and the card with three apples, then ask her to add them together and give you the card with the correct number: the 5. Extra number cards have been provided for this purpose. You can use three apple tree cards to get to 20.
3. Have your student put the apple tree cards in order 1-10.
Math: Apple Knock-Out Game
Laminate the game board, if desired. You will need a pair of dice for this game. Let your student roll the dice. Add the sum and place a marker on the number to knock it out. Try to knock out all the numbers!
You can make this a two player game by printing a second game board and taking turns rolling the dice. The first person to knock out all the numbers on their board is the winner.
Social Studies: Human Relationships– Bragging/Showing Off
The characters in Ten Apples Up On Top are showing off– trying to out-do one another. Discuss why showing off (or bragging) is a bad idea.
Language Arts: Prepositions
Does your young student understand words indicating spatial relationships? What does “up on” mean? Play a simple game with your student giving him spatial commands to make sure he understands words such as under, on, in, out of, between, beside, below, above, around, etc. “Put your doll on your bed…put your doll under your bed. Put your doll on top of your head.. Put your doll between the bears.” Of course, you could do this exercise with an apple.
Use the Positional Words activity page to reinforce this lesson.
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