Apple Unit Study

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It’s fall …. finally. That means it’s time to study apples.

If you ask Rachel, she’ll tell you that her FAVORITE apple book is “How to Make an Apple Pie and See the World“. It was a read aloud for our Memoria Press kindergarten curriculum, and she asks to read it at least once a week!

Head over to my monthly post at The Homeschool Classroom for ten more apple books, crafts, printables and more. You’ll have everything you need. I can even let you borrow my children for apple picking if you like.

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  1. Looks like fun! My middle child loves apples. He is a math whiz and so we just read the book called Apple Fractions. We did the free lapbook at http://www.homeschoolshare.com too on apples, I think it was called the Apple Pie lapbook. Thanks for visiting my site! I’m glad to hear of your upcoming All Saint’s day celebration! It is new to us about 3 years ago as well and this year it will be special because my husband is taking the day off to oberve the holy day for the first time ever! yay!

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