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*Linky* Fun With Apples

The really big fun with apples list.

Tons of apple fun for the month of September

Bloggers give an old apple post some love in the linky below

Cook With Apples

Huge list of things to do with apples

Apple Walnut Oatmeal Cookies

Sweet Sausage and Sauerkraut

Substitute Apples for the pears in this oatmeal bread

Apple pie cookies

Baked Apple Chips

Apple cider in your crock pot anyone?

Bake up some apple pie pop-tarts for breakfast

Art With Apples

Huge list of things to do with apples

Apple tree wall hang decorate your wall with a giant apple tree art project.

Apple “a” easy art project for young kids

Apple Lacing craft

 

Play With Apples

Huge list of things to do with apples

Apple Pie Scented Play-dough

Apple sensory dough 2 ingredients lots of fun

You should totally see this tree

Apple pie sensory bin

 

Learn With Apples

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Johnny Appleseed Unit

Great Apple Week Ideas

Printable Apple Math

Apple prek/k printable pack



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Comments

  1. Apple walnut oatmeal cookies—yum!
    TheBargainBabe recently posted…Friday FunniesMy Profile

  2. This is a great post of apple ideas! I have an apple tree in my back yard, and I’d love to incorporate that in to a lesson plan! Thank you!
    Jessica @ fantabulosity.comm recently posted…White or Wheat Bread? Which is Healthier?My Profile

  3. What a fun idea! When my kids were little we always enjoyed doing fun stuff like this together. This would be a fabulous list for moms, homeschoolers, and teachers! :)

    Pinned !

    ~Lorelai
    Life With Lorelai

  4. Thank you SO MUCH for hosting—I went ahead and entered some links, and will be directing my readers back to this page on the weekend when they are looking for more ideas! I love so many of the ideas!!!!!!
    Blessings to you, Jenn…
    ~Heather @ The Welcoming House Blog
    Heather recently posted…Making Apple Cider Vinegar from Scratch……..My Profile

  5. These really look delicious! I love cooking with apples – so yummy :)

  6. I MUST make the playdough and the sensory dough. I think even the older kids woukd like it.
    Missy Homemaker recently posted…Friday Funny! I’m inappropriate…it’s true.My Profile

  7. Loving the Apple scented play dough! I will be looking back at this list soon!
    Jill at Calledtobeamom.com recently posted…Why did we think that our ancestors didn’t have useful skills?My Profile

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  1. […] Preheat oven to 350 degrees.Roll pastry to fit a 12 inch pizza pan; fold under edges to give the pizza a bit of a raised crust. Combine sugar, flour and cinnamon in a medium bowl. Add peeled, diced apples and toss. Arrange the apples in a single layer over the pie crust to completely cover it.For the topping: Combine the flour, brown sugar, oats, cinnamon, and butter in a bowl. Mix well. Sprinkle topping evenly over the apples.Bake at 350 degrees for 35-40 minutes or until apples are tender. Remove from oven and immediately drizzle with caramel topping. Cut into pizza slices and serve warm with ice cream. Makes 12 servings.http://upsidedownkids.com/fun-with-apples/ […]

  2. […] Shared with Upside Down Kids Apple Link up,  […]

  3. […] Once the jar has sat for 12-24 hours, strain out the apples, and then do a second strain with a smaller strainer to make the juice crystal clear. Add to a stock pot, and for every quart of juice, add 1/2 cup of sugar, or to taste, because these are really tart apples. Heat to a simmer to dissolve the sugar. Ladle into hot jars and process in a water bath canner  for ten minutes. We used gallon jars, and got about 2 1/2 quarts from every gallon jar. To make Apple Jelly from Crab apples This is pretty simple too. Jelly can be made from clear juices very easily. You will need powered pectin, and the instructions on the back of the box. Normally it is 4 cups of juice to 2 cups of sugar, add the pectin, let it boil for two minutes, and then process, but each pectin is different and you have to follow their instructions. This makes THE BEST apple jelly we have ever had, and we are apple jelly fans. All in all, I will never make juice from regular apples again. Crab Apples, hands down, make the best juice and jelly in comparison. Tomorrow come back for a wonderful tutorial on making your own apple cider vinegar from those cores and peels you have been saving!! Shared with Upside Down Kids Apple Link up, […]

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