Apple printing is a fun fall activity that I do with Lorelai every year. It’s still a bit early in the season (actually, I don’t think it’s technically fall yet – shhhh!), but Lore had fun with it, regardless. She got upset when some of the prints weren’t fully painted. I told her that the ones that weren’t fully filled-in were my favorite because they had cool designs. After a moment, she agreed. =) Here is another of our apple printing projects!
Directions for this activity is pretty much self-explanatory. Cut an apple in half, have your child press it down into paint, and then plop it down on another sheet of paper. =)
[…] ago, she used the printable apple I created and made a fun apple craft. And yesterday she did the apple printing. This craft was done right on the heels of the apple printing. The paper plate Lorelai was using as […]
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