Shiny Red Apples


 Easy apple craft for kids. Perfect for fall with simple and inexpensive materials. Great activity for preschoolers or elementary.

Fall is the perfect time for an Apple Craft! My girls love anything sparkly and shiny, so I grabbed some simple supplies at the craft store and we set to work.  Your kids will get some nice fine motor work in, as well!

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fall apple craft for kids

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I've provided Amazon affiliate links for your convenience, but you'll be able to find these supplies at more reasonable prices from your local craft store.  You'll need wooden die-cut apples, red, gold, and green sequins along with white school glue and a paintbrush.

fall apple craft for kids

Make Your Shiny Apples

Pour some sequins onto a small dish or plate.  Provide a small bowl of glue.  Let your child paint a thin layer of glue on the apple and put sequins in place.

fall apple craft for kids

My 5-year-old made hers neat and tidy.

fall apple craft for kids

My 3-year-old is more of a free spirited crafter!

fall apple craft for kids

Either way, this simple apple craft is sure to please all sparkle lovers.

fall apple craft for kids

For more ideas great ideas to celebrate fall with preschoolers or elementary children, follow the What Can We Do With Paper And Glue Pinterest board below!

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 Easy apple craft for kids. Perfect for fall with simple and inexpensive materials. Great activity for preschoolers or elementary.


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What Can We Do With Paper And Glue: Shiny Red Apples
Shiny Red Apples
Easy apple craft for kids. Perfect for fall with simple and inexpensive materials. Great activity for preschoolers, kindergartners, or elementary children.
What Can We Do With Paper And Glue
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