1. 5. What is orange? Where oh where are all the children? 1 cup flour 1 tablespoon vegetable oil 2 (8 oz.) Then I washed it, Sweet and red and juicy, Strawberry milkshakes What to Do: B... https://www.schooltimesnippets.com/p/disclosure.html. 4. 1/2 cup confectioners sugar To jump around and run (move arms as if running) paper towels We’ll have to have some more, These things were huge! You can make apples, watermelons, pears, plums, peaches, strawberries, oranges, and other great-looking fruit. And heard it go crunch? Bunny loves to eat it! (think of other fruits and the noises that go along with them). All of our theme ideas have come from our imagination and from reader submissions. Way down yonder in the strawberry patch! And I picked another one. Last year we went blackberry picking, and my goodness- grocery blackberries don't even compare! Fold 3 points over filling like an envelope, sealing edges. All our activities are available at no cost and are free to print and share. Freeze in small paper cups. Dear Reader: You can help us make this theme even better! I used yellow thread. On the vine, (Curve hands and arms beside body.) Fun with Watermelons Watermelon, Children love this nutritious treat! Core and slice apples into 8 slices. Cut them in half and let the children squeeze the juice into little cups. They are not animals, tools and such. Watermelon, If too much moisture accumulates inside the cup, lift the top cup for a while. Bananas are my favorite fruit (make fist as if holding banana) I eat oranges. 1/2 cup mini marshmallows Slice the berries up and make a pie. For the magnetic or flannel boards, make a variety of strawberry shapes, some small, middle sized and big. Take the berries home and wash em up 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon Watermelon Art Have the children glue their red circles on top of their green ones. Lemon Exploration Watermelon handprint craft from Crystal and Comp. 1 cup water Let the painting dry overnight. Ask children to guess why the pictures appeared. Bulletin board display idea -Make a basket filled with strawberries. When the seeds have sprouted the children can replant in a pot with dirt. Picked a strawberry (point to self and smile). Have you ever had an orange, an orange..Etc.. Strawberry Toss You can make apples, watermelons, pears, plums, peaches, strawberries, oranges, and other great-looking fruit. Let the child wet the paper towel in the water, fold it and place it in the bottom of one cup. Cut bananas into chunks, dip in vanilla yogurt and roll in wheat germ or crushed cereal or granola. They are are good fruit that I like so much. 3 pints vanilla ice cream, softened Need: Beat until smooth and frothy. 6 oz frozen orange juice concentrate Way down yonder in the strawberry patch! These songs are such a great way to help children learn about their fruits! Why? (Palms together as though pleading.) An orange is simply not colored that way. Sweet and red and juicy, (Rub your tummy.) I like oranges. You have come to the right place if you are looking for fun, engaging and exciting Fruit themed activities to do with toddlers, preschoolers and kindergartners. Green and red construction paper And I ate it, What Is Orange? Your email address will not be published. 2. 2 or 3 Tablespoons hot water. We’ll pour it in a cup. Have You Ever Had An Apple An orange is orange. Use oatmeal (or any hot cereal) instead of ice cream. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Also try that to decorate your party table and get ready to receive compliments from your guests. A simple but fun art project to go along with your watermelon day is to give each child 1/2 of a paper plate.