Plaid Pastel Apples Classroom Sitting Rug

$ 169.95

Plaid Pastel Apples Classroom Sitting Rug

$ 169.95
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  • Delivery 4 - 6 Weeks


Create a vibrant and inviting learning space with the Plaid Apples Sitting Rug. This delightful rug features an array of colorful plaid-patterned apples, each with a cheerful and friendly face, set against a sleek black background.

Please Measure Your Space and Choose the Best Size:

  • 5' x 7'6 (20 apples) 🍎 
  • 7'6 x 12' (28 apples) 🍏 

Perfectly designed to engage young minds and add a playful touch to any educational setting, this rug is an excellent addition to any kindergarten or early education classroom.

Key Features:

  • Colorful and Engaging Design: With a variety of plaid apples in pink, orange, yellow, green, blue, and purple, this rug captures the attention of children and encourages a fun learning environment.
  • Durable Construction: Made from quality materials, this rug is designed to withstand the daily wear and tear of an active classroom.
  • Comfort and Safety: The soft texture provides a comfortable seating area for storytime, group activities, or individual work. Its non-slip backing ensures safety, keeping the rug securely in place on various floor surfaces.
  • Educational Tool: Use the colorful apples to teach colors, patterns, and counting. The engaging design also serves as a great conversation starter and a visual aid for various classroom activities.

Perfect For:

  • Storytime: Create a cozy and inviting space for children to gather for reading sessions.
  • Group Activities: The rug provides a designated area for group discussions, collaborative projects, and interactive learning.
  • Individual Learning: Each apple can serve as a personal sitting spot for students during independent activities or quiet time.

Enhance Your Classroom: The Plaid Apples Sitting Rug not only adds a splash of color and fun to your classroom but also supports a positive and engaging learning atmosphere. It's an essential piece for any educator looking to create a dynamic and interactive educational space.

  • Treated with Scotchgard protector for superior soil resistance. 🌧️
  • 24 oz Nylon w/Urethane Backing System 🧼
  • Class I Flammability Rating and Indoor Air Quality passed. 🔥
  • Bound and double stitched with nylon edge yarn for maximum strength and durability. 🪡🧵
  • Flagship stain and CRI labels 🏆

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Lesson Plan: Exploring Apples

Grade: Kindergarten - 1st Grade

Students will learn about apples, their parts, and their uses through various activities, including storytelling, art, and hands-on exploration.

Materials Needed:

  • Assorted apples (different colors and types)
  • Knife (for teacher use only)
  • Chart paper and markers
  • Apple-themed storybook (e.g., "Ten Apples Up On Top!" by Dr. Seuss)
  • Construction paper, crayons, markers
  • Apple seeds
  • Magnifying glasses
  • Paper plates
  • Apple-related worksheets
  • Apple juice and apple slices for tasting

Time Required:
1 hour


1. Introduction (10 minutes)

  • Discussion: Begin by asking students if they have ever eaten an apple and what colors of apples they know.
  • Show and Tell: Display different types of apples and discuss their colors, shapes, and sizes.
  • Objective: Explain that today they will learn more about apples and do some fun activities with them.

2. Story Time (10 minutes)

  • Read Aloud: Read the apple-themed storybook to the class.
  • Discussion: Ask questions about the story to engage students (e.g., "What was your favorite part?" "What colors of apples did you see in the book?").

3. Apple Exploration (15 minutes)

  • Hands-On Activity: Cut an apple in half and show students the different parts (skin, flesh, seeds, core).
  • Seed Examination: Give each student a few apple seeds and magnifying glasses to examine them closely.
  • Chart Creation: On chart paper, draw an apple and label its parts with the students' help.

4. Art Activity (15 minutes)

  • Apple Prints: Cut an apple in half, dip it in paint, and press it onto construction paper to make apple prints.
  • Drawing and Coloring: Encourage students to draw and color their apples using crayons and markers.

5. Snack Time (5 minutes)

  • Taste Test: Provide apple slices and apple juice for students to taste.
  • Discussion: Talk about the taste, texture, and smell of the apples they are eating.

6. Worksheet Activity (10 minutes)

  • Worksheet Completion: Hand out apple-themed worksheets that include activities like counting apples, matching apple halves, or coloring apple pictures.
  • Review: Go over the worksheet answers with the class.

Conclusion (5 minutes):

  • Review: Recap what students learned about apples today.
  • Questions: Ask if anyone has questions or wants to share something they learned about apples.


  • Observe students during activities to see if they can identify the parts of an apple.
  • Check the completed worksheets for understanding.
  • Listen to students' responses during discussions and activities.


  • Plant apple seeds in small pots and observe their growth over time.
  • Visit an apple orchard if possible or invite a guest speaker who grows apples.


  • Ask students to draw a picture of an apple and bring it to the next class.


  • Ensure to handle the knife carefully and keep it out of students' reach.
  • Be aware of any allergies to apples before conducting the taste test.

This lesson plan incorporates storytelling, art, and hands-on activities to engage young learners in exploring apples.

Delivery 4 - 6 Weeks

  • This rug is made to order and ships factory direct from Georgia.
  • Delivery is 4 - 6 Weeks
  • We will email you the tracking number when your order ships.