Here is an activity I am going to do this week. Begin by reading Ten Apples Up On Top! Give students the apple page and they choose a number 5-10 to break apart. Students will need to cut out that mant apples. Then students glue their apples in a row and draw their break apart line to divide their apples into two groups. This allows students to see the parts in the whole number they chose. For example, 6 and 3 are partners of 9. Then they color the two sets of apples two different apple colors (red, yellow, green). When they are finished you can have them create little Johnny Appleseed or a you can take their pictures and they can glue the pot on top of their head, then glue the apples above that. I think I am going to take each of their pictures. I included a large pot (the page with two pots) for their heads if you take their pictures. Just a fun way to incorporate apples and math! Have fun!!!