I am sure that people who love apples knows the origin of the Appleseed Day celebration. I just learned that when my children started going to school. This celebration is dedicated to a man named Jonathan Chapman, an american pioneer nursery man who introduced apple trees to large parts of Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, and West Virginia. He became a legend and known as Johnny Appleseed because of his project of planting an apple seed everywhere he went.
Wednesday, October 10, 2012
Johnny Appleseed Day
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wow, now I know the story behind it:)ReplyDelete
Thanks for hosting! Have a happy Friday!ReplyDelete
Oh! Didnt know about Johnny Appleseed. Thank you so much for the great info :)ReplyDelete
That's the best looking Johnny Appleseed I've seen! Have a wonderful weekend!ReplyDelete
Such fun activities! Thanks for the info nagyun ko lang nalaman na may Johnny Appleseed Day!ReplyDelete
I've read a book about Johnny Appleseed when I was a kid, but I didn't know his last name is Chapman. Now I know, thanks for sharing. I guess we should all be thankful to him, right, especially people who love to eat apples. Thanks for the visits, sis!ReplyDelete
Have a gooood Weekend. Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
Here in Wales - I've read and enjoyed the story of Johnny Appleseed. Brilliant picturesReplyDelete
Oh how fun. I love those legs! I'll have to try something like that with my grandkids.ReplyDelete
That is so cute! Yes, I have learned of that from my husband. LOL! :) So cute that craft they made. :)ReplyDelete
Cute photos. My Blue Monday can be found here.ReplyDelete
I remember school crafts when our kids were little (and still great memories :). Things like rings made out of construction paper and pasted together. We have some of these projects still packed away after all these years - good memories for you too!ReplyDelete
I love apples but I never knew that. Thanks for sharing. Happy RT2.ReplyDelete
Oh I didn't know about Johnny Appleseed. hihi.ReplyDelete
My entry for this week is here. http://www.i-embrace-life.com/2012/10/colorful-weekend-with-philips-avent/ Will be back to link up sis.
What a cute school project this is :-) Dropping by from Blue Monday :-)ReplyDelete
what a fun day at school :-) Dropping by from MYMReplyDelete