This craft is great to make at home or in the classroom setting. With just a few materials, kids can be entertained and learn their numbers at the same time! This craft is easy for all ages and can be made with little help from parents or teachers!

What you'll need:

  • 10 to 20 popsicle sticks
  • Green and red construction paper
  • Scissors
  • Glue
  • Small red pom poms
  • Black marker or Sharpie
  • Green playdough to make an orchard (optional)
How to make your Apple Tree Numbers Craft:
  • Use a tin can or lid to a large cup to trace 10 to 20 circles onto the green construction paper. Cut out and glue popsicle sticks to the bottom half to make it look like a tree.
  • Cut small squares of red construction paper and then write numbers 1 to 20 on them.
  • Glue the numbered squares to the trees trunks (popsicle sticks).
  • Looking at the number on the tree trunk, glue that number of pom poms (apples) to the green of the tree.
  • When finished with all of your trees, let them dry completely.
  • Use green playdough to make grass to "plant" your apple trees in their numbered order to make an orchard!
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