We’re still into the crisp, cool days of Fall. Well, some of you are. I was recently in Boston and it was beautiful. The leaves had turned, and the days were cool without being cold.
But now I’m back in San Diego and it’s in the 80’s. Is that crazy, or what? Everyone knows you need cold snap nights to make good apples. And who can resist a good apple pie?
There is a fun book by Marjorie Ariceman called “How to Make an Apple Pie and See the World.” It takes kids around the world to find all the best ingredients for an apple pie; giving them the chance to see where the produce, spices, and other ingredients come from.
Best of all, for a speech-language pathologist, it offers some great opportunities for working on sequencing skills.
Here is a free sequencing resource with 2 levels of difficulty.
I have a complete book companion resource in my TPT store, but am offering you 2 versions of a sequencing activity for free. So, have your students sequence how to make an apple pie, and maybe even make one with or for them to try.
Have a Happy Thanksgiving, and……..Keep on Talking.