Read Right Now! APPLES

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Every Child Ready to Read® @ your library® is a program of the Association for Library Service to Children and Public Library Association, divisionsof the American Library Association. Every Child Ready to Read® @ your library® is a registered trademark and is used with permission. Early literacy begins at home with the adults in a child’s life.

Use IndyPL’s Read Right Now! pages to have fun at home doing the five things that build early reading skills: Reading, Playing, Writing, Singing & Talking. Find books to read, songs to listen to, games to play, crafts to make and more! Things you can do RIGHT NOW, at home – no waiting!


Reading
Apple Trees and the Seasons Apple Trees and the Seasons
Read or Print Apple Trees & the Seasons – A printable easy non-fiction book about what happens to an apple tree during each season of the year.
Made for iPad 50 or computer.
Investigate Apples Scholastic Logo
Read or Print Investigate Apples (Investiga las manzanas) – Students learn some about the properties of apples, and read a diagram showing the growth process of an apple.
Made for iPad 50 or computer.
Apple Annie UniteForLiteracy75
Read Apple Annie – A young girl and her Aunt make a doll out of a dried apple. Read and hear the story in English. Hear the story in Spanish or one of 13 other languages!
Made for iPad 50 or computer.
Who Was Johnny Appleseed Scholastic Logo
Read Who Was Johnny Appleseed? – A young girl and her Aunt make a doll out of a dried apple. Read and hear the story in English. Hear the story in Spanish or one of 13 other languages!
Made for iPad 50 or computer.

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Pinterest LogoIndyPL Ready to Read Pinterest Board: Apples – activities, online games, printables, crafts & more!

Apple Orchards to Visit in Central Indiana:
FocusOnIndianaSmall


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A is for Apple Printable 150 Apple Dot to Dot A is for Apple 2 Trace the Letter A

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Free Freegal Apple Song Music Downloads
with your IndyPL Library Card! Details

Freegal Notes 200

Talking

The more words children hear, the more words they learn, the better prepared they are to read! Here are some tips for talking about letters:

Talk Letters

More Ways to Practice Talking:

Zero to Three: Tips on Learning to Talk


eBooks:

Apples Apples The Apple  Trees Discovery A Visit to the Apple Orchard
ApplesOut ApplesLife ApplesSeasons ApplesSeed
ApplesShoot ApplesFarmer ApplesCycle ApplesCrisp
Apple Cider Making Days

Apple Books:

Apples and Butterflies ApplesRiddle The Apple The Apple Trees Discovery
Curious George: Apple Harvest ApplesBiggest ApplesApplesauce ApplesCider
ApplesPumpkins The Apple Apples Galore Tap the Magic Tree

Apple Non-Fiction:

ApplesArnold ApplesGibbons ApplesFruit ApplesSeasons
We Harvest Apples in the Fall ApplesCrisp Apples A to Z Eating Apples
ApplesCook

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