Apples and Oranges, Differences, Science Game for Kids

This science game helps children review understanding of the differences between apples and oranges. It is suitable for kindergarten and junior primary school first graders.
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  • Key Science Facts
    • Apples and oranges are similar because they are fruits.
    • They both have common traits.
    • Apples and oranges are fruits that grow on trees.
    • They can be either sweet or a little sour.
    • They both have seeds.
    • Apples are red, green or yellow.
    • Oranges are usually orange.
    • Apples grow in cold weather.
    • Oranges need warm weather to grow.
    • Oranges are part of a family of fruits called citrus.
    • Citrus fruits have thick rinds (skin).
    • They are either sweet or sour.
    • The relatives of oranges are lemons, limes and grapefruits.
    • You can mix fruit from an orange tree with fruit from a grapefruit tree.
    • Apples and oranges are not related.
    • Apples come in different varieties. Some are red, green or yellow.
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