Make a campfire cooking fork
Simple to make and perfect for cooking little tasty treats like pieces of apple!Read More about Make a campfire cooking fork
A tasty seasonal delight and much more...
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Working together to collect apples is great fun. Sometimes windfalls are still okay to eat.
Once you have picked the apples you can count them and sort them. Are they different varieties/colours/shapes?
It’s so much fun to use this tool that turns an apple into a spiral apple and has the option to take the skin off too. It is a really fun way to eat an apple!
Using magnifiers, have a really close look at the skin, pips and the details when an apple is cut in half. Observe the changes as the apple discolours.
Compost your windfalls or use them as a seasonal ingredient for your mud kitchen!
Look out for oak apples; they look like little crab apples but the oak leaves help you with identifying it as an oak apple. Try making ink out of an oak apple - see activity below:
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