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OF APPLEHEAD DOLLS & FALL 

HARVEST FUN

    I've always liked the fall time of year.  The leaves turning color.  The air fresh and crisp.  The harvests of pumpkins, squash, corn and other good things.  The days picking apples and turning them into the most delicious sauce!  The hot days of summer have faded into the more routine, cooler days of Autumn.  Seize these days before they slide into winter and enjoy a myriad of activities and books with your children.

     This time of year is always a great time to study about the pilgrims, indians, and early settlers.  Because their lives revolved around so many interesting activities, it is so much fun to include a few fun, educational projects.  Below you will find links to some websites to learn about different activities and also some other ideas and books.  Enjoy them!!  And enjoy your children!!  They are only little once!!!

APPLES
     We always enjoy either picking or buying different varieties of apples each fall.  We make several trips to enjoy the fresh, crisp flavors.  Making applesauce is fun and the taste is incredible - you'll never want store bought again.  This time of year we enjoy  apple pies, crisp, turnovers and just plain raw apples with a nice bowl of freshly popped corn.

      Want to learn how to make Apple head Dolls?  Check out these sites:
Applehead Dolls -  http://198.209.8.166/sheproom/periodicals/bittersweet/wi74f.htm
Applehead Dolls -  http://www.make-stuff.com/projects/apple_dolls.html
Applehead Dolls/Visual Arts Activities: http://www.op97.k12.il.us/instruct/IArts/Prairie/visual.html

     Life Cycle of Apple Trees & apple projects:
Apples:  http://www.urbanext.uiuc.edu/apples.edu-projects_4B.html

     Make an Apple Pizza:   http://www.the4cs.com/~cathy/Apples/pizza.html

     A is for Apples - a site loaded with links to unit studies and other Apple stuff:
     http://webtech.kennesaw.edu/jcheek3/appleseed.htm

     Apple Unit:  http://www.northcanton.sparcc.org/~greentown/Apples/appleunit.htm

     Apple Picking Time Literature Unit:  http://www.mcps.k12.md.us/curriculum/socialstd/grade3/Apple_Picking.html

    JOHNNY APPLESEED Literature Unit:  http://libweb.uncc.edu/cimc/integration/Units/JApplesd.htm
    JOHNNY APPLESEED & Westward Expansion: http://fga.freac.fsu.edu/misc/johnny.htm

    How to Make an Apple Pie & See the World Literature Unit:  http://www.mcps.k12.md.us/curriculum/socialstd/grade2/How_Make.html

    Books:  There are many good books on apples and Johnny Appleseed.  Check out your library.
The Life & Times of the Apple by Charles Micucci  is a neat book.

     Audio Tapes:  Your Story Hour Great New Stories set 3 has two stories of Johnny Appleseed (along with stories of Sacagawea & others).  That is a wonderful set to have this time of year.

PUMPKINS
     Making pumpkin pie from scratch is a wonderful project for children.  They can help scoop out the seeds from a real pumpkin (then roast them) and cut up the flesh into pieces to cook down to make their own pumpkin pie.

Pumpkin unit/activities:  http://www.education-world.com/a_lesson/lesson028.shtml
 

AUTUMN UNITS/ACTIVITIES:  http://www.themeunits.com/Autumn_bk.html

CORN HUSK DOLLS
How to Make Cornhusk Dolls:  http://ww.teachersfirst.com/summer/cornhusk.htm
Native Americans show how to make Cornhusk dolls:
http://www.nativetech.org/cornhusk/dollinst.html

NATIVE AMERICAN UNIT:  http://www.libsci.sc.edu/miller/Native.htm

Courage of Sarah Noble Literature Unit:  http://www.sdcoe.k12.ca.us/score/courage/couragetg.html
Sign of the Beaver Literature Unit:  http://www.sdcoe.k12.ca.us/score/beav/beavtg.html
Sign of the Beaver Unit Study:  http://libweb.uncc.edu/cimc/integration/Units/SignBeaver.htm
 

 ~Check out our Used/Bargain books pages for useful books on colonial times, pilgrims, early settlers, Native Americans, crafts and many other areas that make any topic studied come to life.

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