Healthy Vs. Unhealthy Food Sorting Activity

Healthy Vs. Unhealthy Food Sorting Activity

This sorting activity has preschool students work on their fine motor skills as well as their sorting skill on these two printable forms!

First, the children identify the food on each printable as whether it is healthy or unhealthy. Then, they mark the proper foods with clothespins upon the printables (healthy foods on the healthy printable and unhealthy foods on the unhealthy printable).

Healthy and Unhealthy Printables

On the healthy printable, the sheet’s foods that should have clothespins put upon them are apples, watermelon, kiwi, oatmeal, avocado, and strawberry. The foods that are unhealthy and do not get clothespin are doughtnut, ice cream, cake, and candy.

On the unhealthy printable, the sheet’s food that should have clothespins put upon them are chocolate candy, soda, cupcake, chocolate bars, and doughnut. The foods that are healthy and do not get clothespins are broccoli, apple, pear, carrots, and pineapple.

When doing the sheets be sure to discuss why certain food are healthy or unhealthy!

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9 thoughts on “Healthy Vs. Unhealthy Food Sorting Activity”

  1. This is a very good activity for children to learn about healthy eating. Health for your work.
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