Help your students with their uppercase letter, lowercase letter, number and letter-sound recognition with these cute and engaging Apple Pick and Color worksheets! Your little learners will have a blast with this hands-on unit!
If your students are working on their letter recognition, letter-sound recognition, or number recognition, this Apple Pick And Color worksheet is a fun and creative way for your students to do so. Not to mention the apple theme is fantastic for these fall months.
My students loved coloring in the matching letters and numbers. The letter, number and picture cards add to the fun by making the activity more hands-on. You can even repeat the activity throughout the week by having them work on their letters, numbers and letter sounds separately.
These activities pair perfectly with my Apple themed learning for little learners, which is full of fantastic educational activities that your little learners are sure to love!
Whether you’re looking for fall-themed activities or just love classic apple-themed learning materials, these apple-themed worksheets will be a great addition to your teaching plan.
Be sure to check out all our Apple-themed learning resources here.
Apple Pick And Color comes with:
- 3 apple coloring sheets, one for lower case letters, one for uppercase letters and one for numbers
- 26 uppercase letter cards
- 26 lowercase letter cards
- 26 picture cards (one for each letter of the alphabet)
- 20 number cards
Apple Pick And Color: Using The Coloring Worksheet
Download the Apple Pick And Color activity by clicking on the button at the bottom of the page.
Print the “Apple Pick and Color” coloring sheets on standard copier paper.
Students will pick one of the letter, picture, or number cards, and then color in the apple that matches.
You can either have them work on each worksheet separately (uppercase, lowercase then numbers) or have them work on them altogether. I personally suggest breaking it up into separate sessions so the little ones don’t get burnt out on coloring or get confused.
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To differentiate the letter worksheets, you can have your younger students work on just the upper and lowercase letters, leaving the picture cards and letter sound recognition for your more advanced students.
For the numbers worksheets, you can differentiate by having your younger students work on 1-10, leaving 11-20 for your more advanced students.
This activity is a great way for your kids to learn about their letters and numbers while also working on their fine motor skills as they color.
Want More Apple Activity Ideas?
If you want to extend the Apple theme across your curriculum, check out our favorite Apple Learning Resources!
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I hope that you and your students enjoy these Apple Pick And Color worksheets!