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Print up two pages of these beautiful  apples and let children play a color  matching game.  You can set up a  permenant version by turning it into a  File Folder Game and laminating it to  make it more sturdy.

Print up two pages of these beautiful apples and let children play a color matching game. You can set up a permenant version by turning it into a File Folder Game and laminating it to make it more sturdy.

Teaching numbers with clip cards is easy. Check out these 5 fun ways to use clip cards with your toddler or preschooler.

Teaching numbers with clip cards is easy. Check out these 5 fun ways to use clip cards with your toddler or preschooler.

Apple Tot / Preschool Trays - I love tot / preschool trays. They help keep your tot or preschooler busy while your doing housework or in my case working with an older child.  On the trays below: Apple puzzle, lacing and printables from Confessions of a Homeschooler A – apple writing page “apple” sorting (red, yellow, and green pom poms) Apple Counting Cards Apple Pie Scented Playdough Apple transferring with small plastic apples and tongs

Apple Tot / Preschool Trays - I love tot / preschool trays. They help keep your tot or preschooler busy while your doing housework or in my case working with an older child. On the trays below: Apple puzzle, lacing and printables from Confessions of a Homeschooler A – apple writing page “apple” sorting (red, yellow, and green pom poms) Apple Counting Cards Apple Pie Scented Playdough Apple transferring with small plastic apples and tongs

More/Less/Same- We explored the concepts of More/Less with this next activity. I had my 3 year old sort the red apples into a pile and the green apples into the other pile. I asked her to count them and tell me which one had more and which one had less. She then matched the More/Less cards to the corresponding pile of apples.

More/Less/Same- We explored the concepts of More/Less with this next activity. I had my 3 year old sort the red apples into a pile and the green apples into the other pile. I asked her to count them and tell me which one had more and which one had less. She then matched the More/Less cards to the corresponding pile of apples.

A is for apples Tot Trays: Matching - Have 6 ping pong balls (2 red, 2 yellow, and 2 green) in a bowl. Match “apples” (ping pong balls) in same colored silicone cupcake liners.

A is for apples Tot Trays: Matching - Have 6 ping pong balls (2 red, 2 yellow, and 2 green) in a bowl. Match “apples” (ping pong balls) in same colored silicone cupcake liners.

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