Thursday, September 26, 2013

Toddler Nature Journal: YELLOW Apples

We have continued our nature journal with exploring YELLOW apples!  If you missed the start of our nature journal please read the post, "Nature Journal: RED Apples."  My daughter, who is currently 2 years and 4 months, enjoys doing these pages.  It takes only a few seconds to make the apples with finger paint.  After, I let her use the extra paint to paint yellow on a blank page which keeps her attention a bit longer!

If you would like to do this activity with your child please print off the page pictured above here.  I printed mine on white card-stock paper for durability.  Then I use yellow finger paint for the apples on the tree.  If you don't have finger paint in the house you might try a yellow crayon, pom poms, stamp pad, bingo dot, or a marker.  After, I display it on our table top easel then I add it to our 3-ring nature binder! 

To extend our learning we collected yellow items and placed them in a plastic shoe box container! Lastly I clipped the word YELLOW to the box with a yellow chip clip.

Happy Homeschooling!

You might also like "Nature Journal: Green Apples"

1 comment:

  1. Looks great! I'm sure your little one is having a great time =)


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