Apple Botany: “An Apple a Day” Notebooking Pages

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Apple Nature Study for September … and Beyond!

{First published 7/26/12… Revised 9/5/16}

September is for apple picking… Here in New England, the days are still summer-y, but the nights are cool and crisp. And doesn’t it seem like the skies are getting bluer? You might see that the leaves on most of the trees are still be green, but, in the foothills, the red maples are just starting to color up.

You likely are still trying to get some outdoor time with your kids. So I have a great set of notebooking pages to go along with your nature studies this month!

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In New England, autumn brings out fall colors… and apple picking! {Photo credit: (c) Kim M. Bennett, 2010}

What’s in “An Apple a Day?”

This collection of botany journaling pages focuses on the structure of the apple blossom and the formation of the fruit. The 20-page set includes both primary and regular-lined pages, so it is suitable for grades K-4. The detailed botanical drawings show both a simple fruit cross-section, as well as the parts of the apple flower and fruit.

In addition to the above diagrams, this e-book also has pages for vocabulary work, free writing and so much more! For example, you can use the blank illustration pages, as well as a variety of frames and lined pages, for a variety of science journaling, laboratory response and writing activities. Furthermore, you can customize your set by printing out only the pages that you want.

Click on the images below for views of some of the pages of this 20-page set.

You can download this e-book ~ just click on the “Buy Now” button below the banner. Then, we will send a link for the download, to the email you give on the order form, within 24 hours of receipt of your payment. Thank you!

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