Today I’m sharing some easy and fun apple crafts for toddlers that are perfect for learning about fruits or as simple crafts for autumn. We have an apple tree in our garden and my kids are always fascinated to see the apples grow on it throughout the summer and of course to pick and eat the apples once they’re ripe! We love sharing crafts for toddlers and you’ll find more ideas perfect for little hands at the end of this post too as well as some simple apple stories for toddlers perfect for sharing together, perhaps with some apples to eat or a slice of apple pie!
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Most of the apple crafts for toddlers that I’m sharing today are ones that we’ve done, including lots that I did with my kids when they were younger but you’ll also find a few from some of my favourite blogs for crafts for toddlers and preschoolers. There’s apple stamping, apple tree crafts, apple art and loads of fun ideas that you can try out with your child. You could also try out some easy leaf crafts while you’re at it which are great if your children love all things outdoors and to do with nature!
Apple Books for Toddlers
- How Do Apples Grow by Jill McDonald – the illustrations in this book look gorgeous and it’s a great way to introduce some science and nature to toddlers
- Peppa Goes Apple Picking by Meredith Rusu – I’m happy to admit that the Peppa Pig books we own are some of the ones that have been read most and have definitely stood the test of time so far, my daughter would love this one too!
- Apples, Apples, Apples by Nancy Elizabeth Wallace – a beautiful looking story book with facts and activities too.
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Make these super easy paper plate apples using cotton wool to paint with.
These apple suncatchers are great fun to make and look brilliant up in a window – plus they’re really good for fine motor skills!
Toddlers will obviously need supervision but this printed apple craft is great if your kids have come home from a party with a balloon and you fancy a change from painting with a paintbrush.
This pom pom apple tree has been a super popular craft for us over the years and is a great way for toddlers to practice their fine motor skills, plus my toddler really enjoyed making it!
I love Hands On As We Grow and this apple tree craft with it’s squishy apples looks like great fun.
No Time for Flashcards has got a great apple craft that uses coffee filters that would look great displayed in a window.
Hunt through the toybox to make this simple duplo stamped apple tree craft.
Use a cotton bud to make apples on an apple tree.
Tearing paper is great for fine motor skills and these torn paper apples are a great way to try out a different way to ‘colour’ their apples.
Happy Hooligans has a classic craft that’s great fun and really popular with toddlers – apple stamping!
Not a craft but as an extra you might like this apple themed writing tray that’s great for toddlers to practice their mark making with.
More Crafts for Toddlers
We love under the sea crafts and with this fun round up of 20 crafts I’m sure they’ll be loads for you and your child to love too.
Weather crafts are great at all times of the year and these ones are perfect for toddlers to try.
These easy scissor skills crafts are all good fun for kids to try out and there’s no worksheets included at all!
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