Ali Carroll (SLP at Jaeger, Westport Middle and Westport TAPP) has shared several apple activities that could be incorporated into the previously posted Ten Red Apples literacy unit!
I have used the story “The Little Red House with No Windows” with elementary aged students, along with ideas for language extensions.
There is also boardmaker pictures I used to assist with retell and sequencing of the story.
Another attachment is a visual for labeling the parts of an apple to facilitate vocabulary development.
Also are apple tree pictures, which are laminated and I use primarily with preschoolers, who add apples to the tree with inkpad fingerprints. Students get a choice of red, green, or yellow inkpad and then state where will place apple (top of tree bottom, etc). They also enjoy classroom suites activities involving apples: All About Apples, Apples Apples, and Apple Tree (the poems/songs are included on a handout/attachment that I’ve sent home in the past…it’s a bit cluttered because I sent it to you all on one page).
I also used the applesauce recipe (included in classroom suites) with MSD classes but I can’t find the better visuals anymore!!