Back to school apple life cycle craft.
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An apple is an edible fruit produced by an apple tree (Malus domestica). Apple trees are cultivated worldwide and are the most widely grown species in the genus Malus. Here is a delightful apple life cycle craft for your classroom.
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Apple Life Cycle
The life cycle of an apple is a fascinating journey from a tiny seed to a luscious fruit. It all begins with pollination, where bees and other insects play a crucial role in transferring pollen from one flower to another.
Once pollinated, the flower transforms into a young fruit, and the growth process commences.
As the weeks pass, the apple undergoes a series of transformations, gradually expanding in size and developing its distinct shape and color.
During this phase, the tree diligently supplies the growing apple with essential nutrients and water.
When the fruit reaches maturity, it starts to ripen, and its natural sugars increase, making it sweet and delicious.
At the peak of ripeness, the apple is ready for harvest. Skilled farmers carefully pluck the fruit from the branches and prepare them for distribution.
Eventually, these apples find their way to markets and grocery stores, ready to be savored by consumers.
The life cycle of an apple exemplifies nature’s beautiful process of growth, maturation, and renewal. From pollination to harvest, every stage is a testament to the wonders of the natural world.
Teach your students about the apple life cycle. Fun and interactive. Ideal for science projects.
This apple resource includes:
1. A word search
2. An apple maze
3. Answer keys
This resource is entertaining and educational at the same time.
Fill in and colour the templates.
Fold them in half vertically.
Glue the sides together to form a globe.
Take a look at the video below to see the finished craft.
Click here to download this APPLE LIFE CYCLE resource.
You may also like this APPLE LABELLING ACTICITY
Have fun! 🍎