How do you like them apples? Well, we happen to think they’re not only a bushel of fun, but a great educational tool, too. From asking children to move the red apple when presented with a green and red apple to classifying and replicating patterns, there’s a lot these little apples can do. And while we can’t guarantee that one of these apples a day will keep the doctor away, we do think boredom will be kept at bay.
Benefits and Highlights
Sort and classify apples by five attributes, including size, color (green, yellow, and red) and physical features (stem, leaf, worm)
Supports tactile and visual learners
Supports receptive and expressive language development
Includes an activity guide featuring suggested uses and Venn diagram activities for higher-order thinking skills
Dimensions and Specifications
Largest apple measures 1-3/4" in diameter
Includes 27 apples
Bucket for easy storage and organization management included
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