We haven’t had an Apple Theme week in our homeschool in years. I decided it was time to have some apple activity fun this week with Ladybug for Kindergarten. I printed many apple activities from other sites and made these simple apple cube printables for us to use.
Years ago I made a pumpkin cube printable just like these, which is in our Pumpkin Printable Pack. Many have asked me to make more of these and finally I have more for you!
I made an A is for Apple and an Apple Tree.
Our Color Cubes set didn’t have enough greens to make the tree, nor does it have brown. Thankfully Unifix Cubes are about the same size, so we used those for the tree! You can use Unifix Cubes for both if you don’t have the Color Cube set.
Don’t have either? Use the outline version and color the squares in, use colored stickers, or even dot paint!
This activity provides young kids the opportunity to practice spatial visualization skills in recreating the pattern using cubes. Older kids can look at the pattern and recreate OFF of the printable to make it more challenging.
Both activities will be set up on trays for her to work on! I pre-counted the cubes and colors for her and placed those on the tray with the printable. Once she copies the patterns on the printable, I will encourage her to try to recreate on the table next to the printable.
You can see I chose to use the outline version to save on ink, but there is a solid color version also if you prefer that. The solid color version would be easier for younger tots.
Download your FREE Apple Cube Printables
here on our Fall Fun Webpage!
See more apple ideas on our Apple Theme Pinterest Board!