The Ultimate Guide to Apple Sensory and Crafting Fun

Fall is almost here! Today, we are going to share 15 great apple themed crafts and sensory activities.

Original Photo by Little Bins Little Hands
  1. Apple Scented Cloud Dough
  2. Apple Play Dough Recipe
  3. Red Apple Slime Recipe
  4. Apple Pie Play Dough Recipe
  5. Apple Scented Play Dough
  6. Natural Apple Scented No Cook Play Dough

7. Easy Apple Craft

8. Jumbo Flashcard Handprint Apple Craft

9. Parts of an Apple Coffee Filter Craft

10. Adorable Apple Tree Craft

11. Apple Pinch Pots

12. Yarn Apple Craft & Garland

13. Paper Apple

14. Footprint Apple

15. Paper Plate Apple

To enhance both learning and fun for your little one, check out this apple book list!

9 responses to “The Ultimate Guide to Apple Sensory and Crafting Fun”

  1. Fall is just around the corner and the apple crafts are just perfect. I know my little ones will love the slime and play dough recipes.

  2. I love fall season so much, and this craft is super fun and easy to do.

  3. My boys love play dough. I’ll have to try to make a few of those with them, they would love it!

    1. Play dough is always a hit in our house too!

  4. My Little niece would love this Apple crafty fun 🙂 I will save this post!

  5. jeannette9712gmailcom Avatar

    YES! When I was an early learning teacher my very first theme for my classroom was apples! They just remind me of the freshness and the renewing of the fall. Now that I homeschool these are perfect for our apple themes!

    1. When I was in a classroom setting, the begining of the year always brought apples and “about me” type topics. I’m always amazed at how many different activities different people can come up with for each popular lesson theme.

  6. I’m always looking for new ways to entertain our little ones. This apple topic is so much in time right now. I think we should try this craft activities some time this week.

  7. So many cute and fun ideas! I like the one with the red buttons the best 🙂

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