Food Activities


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Make-Believe Taco Paper Craft for Kids At Go-Go Hanwell Preschool they did a fun craft where they made pretend tacos out of craft paper! The kids used different pieces and colors of paper to simulate a taco and it looked so real when they were done! Materials needed for...

Fruit and Vegetable Math Matching Activity This fruit and vegetable math matching activity is great to utilize when you are doing a fruit and vegetable theme with your classroom. There is a sheet that features a plate with various numbers, and children can take pieces of...

How to eat healthy. Project made by 5th grade students This activity was made by my 5th grade. We did a project about healthy eating and we learnt how to eat healthy. At the end of the project we showed the whole school what we havd learnt and made these posters and pyramid. The...

Trying a Rainbow of Foods At Virginia Preschool they had a fantastic time learning about healthy bodies and healthy lifestyles. As a part of this, they tried a, "Rainbow, " of foods. They sampled different vegetables of unique colors and wrote down what...

Fruit Loops Stacking Activity At Children's Garden of Knowledge, they had a lot of fun! They did an activity that involved carefully stacking fruit loops by sliding them onto a dry piece of spaghetti! It was important to be gentle so they didn't accidentally...

Imaginary Cow-Milking Activity For Toddlers At Little Miracles Preschool they had a fun time pretending to, "Milk, " cows. This themed activity is great for any unit discussing barnyard animals or if the topic of where our food comes from is ever discussed! Materials...

Snack-Sorting Activity for Kids At Wood City Preschool they made snack-time fun and educational by introducing sorting games into their snack routines! Kids sorted snacks by numbers and colors then ate them! Materials Needed for the Snack-Sorting Activity ...

Science Experiment: Sink or Float with Oranges This is a really fun experiment for children in order to learn about floating and sinking. This is an easy, hands-on experiment. All you need is a couple of oranges( a peeled orange and an unpeeled one) and a water tank. Ask...

Healthy vs Unhealthy Foods It's important to teach children regarding healthy and unhealthy foods. You will be surprised that children tends to take in food that is not healthy without knowing them. This sorting activity is great in learning...

Shape Pasta Simple material can make a plate of yummy pasta! Material needed: paper ( yellow, green and red, yellow felt, rope. ...

Paper Cakes For Cafe Role-Playing Pack This role-playing pack features three sheets in total of paper printables with cakes you'd find in the cafe! There are cupcakes, pieces of pie, and big rectangular slices of cake as well. They can be printed...

Juice and Cookie Paper Cut-Outs for Role-Playing These cut-outs are fantastic for doing role-playing activities! There is an assortment of juices and cookies in addition to pretend fruit wedges that can be placed upon the juice too! You can assemble these easily by cutting-out...

Paper Cup Cut-Outs for Cafe Role-Playing These paper cup cut-outs are fantastic for doing cafe role-playing! They feature the cups themselves with different drinks inside them as well as coasters that describe the type of drink and paper versions of fruit wedges that...

Banana Caterpillars Learning about the life cycle of a caterpillar can be fun. . ...

Fancy Hairstyles Made Out of Pasta Activity for Preschoolers At Ashbridge Nursery at Maxy Farm in Preston, United Kingdom, they made fancy hairstyles for their paper cut-out heads! How to Make Fancy Hairstyles After dying pasta assorted colors the students grabbed it by the...

Pancake Creation Role Play Station for Preschool Students At Jellytots Childcare-Ofsted Registered Childminders in Grange, United Kingdom, they spent a recent morning exploring a pancake creation role play station before enjoying some real-life delicious pancakes as a snack! The class...

Food Pyramid Stacking Activity for Kids This activity involves stacking a food pyramid to create a completed version. It is a fantastic way for young children to both practice their puzzle skills and learn about proper nutrition. The bigger parts of the food pyramid...

Food Group Sorting Activity: What's On My Plate? These free printables are designed to help teach children all about healthy eating via a food group sorting activity. The free sorting activity is made with preschool and kindergarten students in mind to assist them in...

Free Food Group Posters This set of posters feature the main food groups. They are great for decorating your classroom or can also be used during a MyPlate unit within your class. Each poster features the name of a food group as well as clip art of...

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...


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