Count the apples and write the correct number in the box on the right. This is the first and simplest of three apple counting worksheets.
Add a bit of fun to the classroom this autumn or harvest with some of our lovely apple worksheets, we've counting worcksheets, patterns, size sorting, writing frames and more.
Count the apples and write the correct number in the box. This is the second of three apple counting worksheets for the kids to try.
Here is our third (and most challenging) apple counting worksheet. Children are asked to count the red, green and yellow apples and write the correct number in the boxes.
Get out the magnetic letters and sound out the letters in the word apple as you cover them with the magnetic letters. Then trace out the letters with a finger and colour in the juicy apple on our apple finger tracing worksheet.
You can use our apple frame in many ways, especially as it is available in four versions: black and white, colour, lined or blank.
Our apple handwriting worksheet is a fun way to introduce writing to young children. There are three guided fonts to follow, getting steadily harder, and then space for them to write the word unguided. What a feeling of satisfaction when they manage it!
This apple patterns worksheet might be the simplest of all our pattern worksheets - making it a great introduction for young children. They need to decide whether the last apple in each pattern should be red, yellow or green, and colour it in appropriately.
We have five different sized rosy red apples for children to practice sorting by size from smallest to largest - or vice versa. Print onto card, cut out and laminate to make our apple sorting by size activity stand up well to small hands.
Print this appealing apple spelling jigsaw onto card, and cut along the vertical dotted lines. Now when your child puts the picture back together again, they will be teaching themselves how to spell the word apple.
This Apple tracing page is a perfect tracing activity for beginners, who can trace between the dotted lines with a crayon or felt tip pen. Children with a little more pencil control could try tracing along the dotted lines instead.
Use this fun apple tree story paper to write a creative story, or perhaps to write down or copy out some tasty apple recipes that you know?
Young children are sure to feel a sense of pride when they have traced the letters and coloured in the apple on our lovely apple word tracing worksheet.
Print out our apple cutting shape printable onto red, green or yellow paper - or onto white, for the kids to colour in once they have cut the apple out. It will take some careful cutting to negotiate the stalk!
Practice writing the letter A with this fun handwriting worksheet. Then colour in the apple and draw some more pictures of words beginning with the letter A.
Print out this lovely story paper, illustrated with a picture of children picking baskets of apples in an orchard, to get the kids writing!