Fall THEMES (Apples)

Preschool and Kindergarten THEMES for Project SLP posts at "Excuse My Speech blog"

project slp themes

—Project SLP “A Little Bit of Awesome” found HERE

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Activities for my Apple Fall Theme

Although I am excited to begin with PUMPKINS and HALLOWEEN,

I’m going to start with APPLES.

**I’m using these themes with PRESCHOOL and KINDERGARTEN students***

Go to https://excusemyspeech.com/ for more PRESCHOOL and KINDERGARTEN fall theme ideas

1)  “The Apple Pie Tree” BOOK

–If you can’t find this in your library, click the YouTube link below for an animated version to the book–

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VL5EIhU_UPk

1A)  “Mr. Tree Puppet” (pictured at top)

I use this book with the “Mr. Tree Puppet” found HERE (or you can try to find this on Amazon or EBay)

As you read the book, have the children add “leaves, flowers, and apples” to the Mr. Tree Puppet.

1B)  SONG

After I read the book and do the puppet activity, I play a song for the kids found HERE.

Since the song ends with 0 apples/no apples, then you can have the kids take OFF the apples from the Mr. Tree Puppet.

apple GOALS

 

2)  “Apple Farmer Annie” BOOK

Apple Fall Theme - find more ACTIVITIES at Excusemyspeech.com

 

I made boardmaker questions and answers along with this book.

If you don’t have the book, find it on YouTube HERE.

 

3)  CRAFT Activity

Apple craft activity - find more at Excusemyspeech.com

 

4)  COOKING Activity

Target Sequencing Skills

Descriptions/Vocabulary

Apple Fall Theme - Preschool Cooking at Excusemyspeech.com

I bought the cookbook from Amazon.  Find it HERE.

 

5)  NEWSLETTER

And finally, here is a newsletter to send home to parents!

Find it at my TPT Store HERE.

 

P.S.

I linked up with Old School Speech “Week in Review”.  Click on the Old School Speech picture below to check out Mary’s post.

old school speech

 

What are some fun Apple activities that you use in speech therapy?

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4 thoughts on “Fall THEMES (Apples)

  1. I’m trying to get a linky started for activities that have been done during the week. or will be done in the next week. Come on by & link up! 🙂
    Did you do all this in one week?

    • Hey Mary! I actually did this over 2-3 weeks with 2 separate groups, if that makes sense. I’m sure that you can also repeat some activities so that kids get repeated exposure and have more confidence with the vocabulary, answering questions, and concepts. I will definitely LINK UP. Thanks for the opportunity!

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