21 Johnny Appleseed Activities for Kids

Johnny Appleseed day is coming up on September 26 and seeing that I always love a good theme I thought it would be fun to share some activities you could do with your kids and teach them about Johnny Appleseed.

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Johnny Appleseed Activities for Kids

  1. Johnny Appleseed Unit Study – Starts at Eight
  2. Free Printable Apple Counting Activity – Fun Handprint Art
  3. Printable Johnny Appleseed Pack – 3 Dinosaurs
  4. Apple Cinnamon White Cake – 3 Boys and a Dog
  5. Red Velvet Apple Cupcakes – Mom to 2 Posh Lil’ Divas
  6. Johnny Appleseed Coloring Pages – Crystal & Company
  7. 30 Page Johnny Appleseed Unit Study – Enchanted Homeschooling Mom
  8. Montessori Inspired Apple Unit – Living Montessori Now
  9. Apple Orchard Dramatic Play – Pre-K Pages
  10. Johnny Appleseed Printable Pack for ages 5-8 – Royal Baloo
  11. Free Printables for Preschool through 2nd Grade – To The Moon & Back
  12. Appleseed A Craft – I Can Teach My Child
  13. Preschool Mini Apple Unit – Planet Smarty
  14. Apple Seed Counting – JDaniel4’s Mom
  15. Overnight Apple French Toast Recipe – 3 Boys and a Dog
  16. Apple Do-A-Dot Printables – Gift of Curiosity
  17. Apple Science – Teach Beside Me
  18. Paperplate Apple Craft – Fun Handprint Art
  19. Coffee Filter Apple Art – Mom to 2 Posh Lil’ Divas
  20. Apple Tree Finger Play – Teach Preschool
  21. Loofah Stamped Apple Craft – Artsy Momma

Recommended Johnny Appleseed Resources:

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Children’s Book: Who Was Johnny Appleseed?

Children’s game: 7 Tall Tales Stories Felt Figures Flannel Board & Literature- Precut Johnny Appleseed,davy Crockett, Annie Oakley,john Henry, Casey Jones,pecos Bill ,

DVD: Wholesome Heroes with Rick Sowash: Johnny Appleseed

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6 thoughts on “21 Johnny Appleseed Activities for Kids

  1. What a great idea, I forgot about the importance of Johnny Appleseed, admittedly. Love this round up – thanks for sharing it at Welcome Home Wednesday! Also, as a suggestion, if you have social media links (pinterest, etc) you should definitely put them somewhere on your blog – I’d love to follow you!


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