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How to Make an Apple Pie and See the World by Marjorie Priceman
Publisher description: An apple pie is easy to make... if the market is open. But if the market is closed, the world becomes your grocery store. This deliciously silly recipe for apple pie takes readers around the globe to gather ingredients. First hop a steamboat to Italy for the finest semolina wheat. Then hitch a ride to England and hijack a cow for the freshest possible milk. And, oh yes! Don't forget to go apple picking in Vermont! A simple recipe for apple pie is included.
✒️ Author & illustrator
Author: Marjorie Priceman
The author is also the illustrator.
📖 Topics from the book:
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Literature resources for younger children
A large number of FIAR resources for specific books as well as general resources that can be used with any literature.
Apple Pie Activities
Ideas to reinforces map skills, counting, and following directions.
Apple Pie Match Game
Set of cards to use for geography and ordering activities while studying,"How to Make an Apple Pie and see the world".
How to Make An Apple Pie - Lapbook
Examples of those who have rowed before you.
School@Home Lesson Plan
"My turn to teach for our preschool coop. I chose the book "How to Make an Apple Pie and See the World" by Marjorie Priceman. While putting together my lesson plan for the book I had a lot of fun and thought I would share my ideas. This was geared for 4 years olds but could easily be adapted from 3-7 I think."
Why are we featuring this book?
How to Make an Apple Pie and See the World is a book featured in Five in a Row, a literature-based unit study curriculum. Many families use FIAR for all but the grammar/reading and math, and others use it in conjunction with other resources. Above is information about the author and illustrator, story summaries, and links to lesson plans and websites that are great go-alongs for How to Make an Apple Pie and See the World. Please note that these resources are meant to complement, not replace, the Five in a Row units. The Five in a Row volumes are inexpensive and well worth the investment.