This is the fourth year, I’ll be updating the calendars for apples. I just love the calendars sets. They are fun and easy to use apple calendar sets. These are always fun to have for the different seasons. Plus the as always the updates are free!
This calendar set matches up with the Apple Activities Pack. There are two sets of calendar cards and several single pages to use with kids.
I just love these sets. They are fun and easy for kids to use. You can see information about the cards and some of the single pages below.
The first set of the calendar has six different apple images: 3 solid color and three fancies. They are a fun set that kids can have fun with.
The second set is the apple pattern set. You are going to find red and yellow apples in an AB pattern. This is great to teach younger kids simple patterns.
Fill in the Missing & Tracing page has been updated as well. There are solid, missing and trace the numbers for the kids to do. This is great for those that know their numbers but need a little extra help.
You still have the Dot Marker printables. They have numbers 1 through 30 or 1 through 31. This calendar page fun for kids to do. Plus it is not linked to any certain calendar month. My girls love using dot marker.
Graphics from Melonheadz Illustrating and Doodles.
What you will Find in these Apple Calendar printables:
Apple Calendar set: Days of the weeks, September, October, 2016, 2017, and 1 to 31 numbers (3×3).
Apple Pattern Calendar: September, October, 2016, 2017, and 1 to 31 numbers (3×3).
Apple Single Page Calendar: 6 pages of September, October, 2016 – color pattern, trace and color number, fill in the missing and dot the number.
Things we plan on using with these calendar printables:
Keep an eye out for the New Calendar Themes that will be coming out for 2016! Also keep an eye out for the match Daily Numbers and Math that match the calendars!
If you want more apple activities and printables check them all out:
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Cassie – 3Dinosaurs.com