You may know by now that I love bottle cap activities for literacy and also for art and craft.
This bottle cap apple print art is so easy to create.
Once you have collected a few green and red bottle caps by asking your students to bring them in, you can get started.
Here’s how to implement the apple prints.
Here are a few other apple ideas.
You can find more paper plate life cycles e.g. pumpkin, frog, sunflower, plant, ant, butterfly, watermelon, salmon and sea turtle here.
Are you able to use YouTube in your classroom?
I have a playlist full of apple videos. If you want a read aloud, songs, finger plays, apple life cycle or other apple themed videos, click on the image below.
I have linked up with the very talented and sweet Erica over at Erica’s Ed-Ventures. She has an amazing post on how she explores apples with her class. Click here to read more.
You may also like to watch these apple videos via our playlist on YouTube. I’m always adding new videos to my play lists so be sure to pop back and see what’s new from time to time.
If you like them , you can add them to your playlist too.
Thanks for dropping by, I hope these apple ideas help you and your students this autumn.
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Shiny Elena says
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