I created a simplified apple symmetry activity for preschoolers, kindergartners, and 1st graders, because our advanced apple symmetry freebie for 2nd, 3rd, and 4th graders has been such a popular post! This fun apple craft is the perfect fall activity that also doubles as a decoration for your classrooms and hallways. Nothing beats a meaningful craft that connects fine motor skills with math!
- construction paper, construction paper scraps, scrapbooking paper, or a wallpaper book (I found most of these supplies via this idea).
- cardstock for the apple template
- Print out my free apple template on cardstock.
- Have students fold a piece of paper in half. My son used scrapbooking paper for his apples.
- Line our template up to the folded paper side.
- Trace around the template.
- Cut and unfold an apple.
- Draw a leaf and stem. Cut them out and glue to your apple.
These look adorable on windows, classroom walls, classroom doors, or as a bulletin board display!
Apple bunting available @ our TpT shop
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