Making apple tree prints is a great way to work on those pointing skills, hand-eye coordination, experience new textures!
Materials needed: -Blank piece of paper -Red ink pad -Markers
First you’ll need to draw a tree. I gave my son some paper to practice drawing a tree as well (his tree is off to the side). Doing this is a great way to help your child make a visual representation of the concrete objects he or she is familiar with (i.e. a tree)! Once the tree was ready, we used our fingers to make apple prints using a squishy, red ink pad!