Special Apple Recipes and Crafts
Ann, from Kids Quality Toys, has whipped up a delicious Easy Pecan Granola Apple Crumb-Pie recipe for all to enjoy.
Author and homeschooling mom, Marty Layne, offers a Simple Wreath craft, to add just the perfect touch to a centerpiece or wall. See
Jaye, from Creative Care, contributed the Apple Wreath and song that can be used for children ages two to five. Visit Part V for details.
Montessorian Kathy O’Reilly, from Cooking with Children Can Be Easy has shared her Apple Sauce Parfait recipe. Kathy tells us that she has used this recipe with toddlers (18 months) through adults
(81 years) and that it tastes kind of like apple pie. Kathy provides the reader with a very complete set of practical life exercises. Sequence cards, shopping list, station setup of equipment, booklist, finger play and extension activities are also provided.
Want more?? Kathy has generously also included a Fresh Fruit Freeze recipe with practical life exercises. Both can be viewed and downloaded
by clicking here.
Dale, from North American Montessori Center, contributed two excellent practical life exercises.
First, you will want to read through the Making Apple-Cinnamon Muffins unit. Let Dale walk you through setup, presentation, making the muffins, tidying up and tasting – all Montessori style. Extension exercises are also included. See Part V of this newsletter for details. For Dale’s second presentation, scroll down until you see The Friendship Quilt.
Don’t forget to download both the http://www.amonco.org/creative7/montessori_fall7.pdf to access the delicious Old Fashioned Apple Crisp, courtesy of MindWare and the Apple Angel Food Cake recipe from Conceptual Learning.