Letter “A” Apple Trees

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While continuing our Letter A week, with Confession of a Homeschooler’s LOTW Curriculum, I made an extra large apple tree for each kiddo then gave them some cut out apples in which they had to write upper and lowercase letter A’s on.

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It’s been a little over a month since we studied the Letter A and our Apple Trees still look adorable in our playroom!

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Letter A Apple

Along with our Letter of the Week by Confessions of a Homeschooler curriculum we made a cute lowercase A apple.

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I drew the a pieces of the A on red construction paper, the stem and seeds on brown paper and the leaf on green paper then supervised the children as they cut the pieces out and glued them onto blank paper to form an apple in the shape of an a.

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We’ve been doing more “intended outcome” crafts to practice our following direction skills and this was a great exercise for that.

For more Letter A activities and a look at the curriculum we used for our Letter A week click here.