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APPLE POEMS INDEX
I Went to the Orchard.
I Planted a Seed.
The Farmers Stand.
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I Went To The Orchard
I went to the orchard And what did I see? A big red apple, On an apple tree. The wind came whoosh And blew all around, And then the red apple, Fell to the ground. I picked up the apple, And took a bite. Mmmmm, it was good, So juicy and white. I ate and I ate, And I ate it all up. But I saved the seeds In my little green cup.
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I Planted Some Seeds
I planted some seeds, And soon they did sprout, With little green leaves
That wiggled about. I watered the plants, In the flower bed;
And 12 little flowers Popped out their heads.
Activities: 1. Draw a seed. 2. Draw a seed sprouting. 3. Draw a plant with leaves. 4. Draw a plant with leaves and flowers.
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Apples, apples, Little red apples, On the apple tree. Apples, apples, Little red apples, Hanging quietly. Then the wind goes, "Whoosh, whoosh, whoosh," Through the apple tree, And, down, down, down, Some apples fall, 1 and 2 and 3.
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BAKER, BAKER Baker, baker, can you make a tasty apple treat? Yes, Ill make an apple crisp just for you to eat. Baker, baker, roll the dough and place the apples in. Then Ill add some tasty nuts and bake it in a tin. Baker, baker, when you finish this fine apple treat. It will be for me alone, just for me to eat!
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The Farmers Stand
The Farmers Stand
At the farmers stand, Apples are so sweet. Beans are packed in
baskets, By the peas and beets. Carrots are in bunches.
Ciders in the jug; Eggs are by the dozen,
Pumpkins must be lugged. Spinach greens are fresh,