The Amazing Letter A workbook, ages 3-5

The Amazing Letter A workbook, ages 3-5

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Amazing Letter A: Projects

We have many projects for you to explore. The letter A is for Apple. You can make Apple prints, Basket of Apples, Apple tree, Make an apple and much more!


Amazing Letter A: History

You will learn Apple History: The Story of Johnny Appleseed-(His real name was John Chapman, and he was born in Leominster, Massachusetts. 

A for Apple
A for Apple

Amazing Letter A: Math

Next, we will explore Letter A Math. Which includes the Number 1, Apple counting, Apple sizing, Apple sequencing, and Apple patterns. 



Amazing Letter A: Writing

Writing includes tracing the letter A, Capital and lower case. Tracing words, coloring the letter A- lowercase and capital.

Amazing Letter A: Science

Senses: Use site, taste, smell, and touch to compare different types of apples.  Seasons: Compare pictures of Apple trees in different seasons. 

Amazing letter A: Reading great books

The Giving tree- Shel Silverstein, The seasons of Arnold’s apple tree- Gail Gibbons, How do apples grow-Betsy Maestro, Apple picking time-Michele Slawson,  The Apple pie tree-Zoe Hall.

Amazing Letter A: Gross motor and Fine motor

Gross Motor:

Apple races- put an apple in a large spoon, race from point A to point B without dropping the apple. 

Fine Motor: 

Tracing and cutting activities

For our full apple curriculum go to:

For more Fine motor sill activities explore our Scissors activity workbook:

Here are a few tips for preparing your child for school: 

Kindergarten Readiness
  1. Start early so you can plan ahead. In January or February of the year your child is going to enter school, start by making a basic timeline. 
  2. Take the tour. 
  3. Ask the simple but important questions. 
  4. Look at the school schedule for the year. 
  5. Consider the costs. 
  6. Help your child be prepared.
What can parents do to help prepare?
  • Bedtime Routines. Bedtime routines ensure kids get a good night’s sleep and will be ready for the next day’s adventures. 
  • Reading Routines. Parents are encouraged to read with their children for at least 20 minutes a day to build language and literacy skills. 
  • Family Mealtime Routines.

A few helpful sites for getting your child ready for school:

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