Fruits and Vegetables Theme

If you want a theme that is a lot more than simply apples( as discussed above) why not discuss the a wide-range of fruits and vegetables? It is exciting to discuss what makes each of them different, how they are grown, why they taste different, and the reasons they are good for our bodies. Lemon Theme

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Where Do Fruits and Vegetables Grow? Matching Worksheet The title of this matching worksheet is, "Where do different fruits and vegetables grow? " That is because this worksheet asks children to think about whether the pictured fruit or vegetable they need to match grows on trees, above...

Fruit and Vegetable I Spy Game and Pattern Activity This I Spy game is the perfect complement to a nutrition lesson plan if you are a teacher or homeschooling your child about nutrition! Fruit and Vegetable I Spy Game This free I spy game printable is fantastic for kids. It is...

Fruit and Vegetable Shadow Matching Puzzle & Clip Card Pack For this activity, you match the fruit or vegetable to its shadow! This is an adorable printable activity pack that can help preschoolers to practice their visual discrimination/understanding skills! This fun pack includes a...

Fruits and Vegetables Color-Matching Activity This color-matching activity is a great way for children to take something they are familiar with--fruits and vegetables--and use them as a tool to understand how to match colors that are alike. There are two sheets...

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...

The Benefits of Having a Small Garden at Your School At All Aboard Preschool and Childcare Center they spend each day taking some time to water and care for their vegetable garden. There are many benefits to having a small garden at your own school or preschool should you be considering...

Strawberry and Blueberry on the Cob Craft At Olivia's Montessori Preschool they had a hot lunch event for charity! They served pancakes the adults cooked and the children made skewers of the strawberries and blueberries so they looked like they were, "On the Cob. " It was...

Handprint & Fingerprint Grapes Craft At Cadence Academy Preschool, The Colony, they read the popular story, "The Fox and the Grapes, " and then created their own gorgeous handprint & fingerprint grapes! Materials needed for the handprint & fingerprint...

"W is for Watermelon," Activities At Arwo Learning Center they learned about how, "W is for watermelon. " They did a variety of watermelon-themed activities and enjoyed eating watermelon too! Watermelon creation activity All the students had fun taking a...

Simple Fruit Play Sensory Activity Sensory play is important for the development of little ones. One common issue, however, is that toddlers love to put everything in their mouths. BrightPath Kids had the clever idea to do a sensory play activity with fruit so that...

Zoom Fruit Discussion Activity With Kids At the University of Delaware Laboratory Preschool, they engaged in distance learning over Zoom! They talked about their favorite fruits and learned about how Chimpanzees in Africa find, wash, and then eat fruit just like humans! ...

Watermelon Finger Painting Activity At Phoenix Children's Academy, they had a ton of fun making watermelons by finger painting! You can do it at home too! Materials Needed for the Watermelon Finger Painting Activity To do this finger painting activity you will...

Grow Your Own Carrots With Your Preschooler Bright Path Kids is a daycare provider in Canada and they did this fun activity where they planted and grew carrots with their children! You can easily do this at home and learn all about how vegetables grow! Materials Needed to...

Pick the Color of Fruits and Vegetables Matching Game This game is very fun! You cut out the outline of various fruits and vegetables on one worksheet and then can use the colorful printables as a matching tool. You can place them behind the worksheets with the fruit & veggie...

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...

Footprint Carrot Footprint Carrot Parent and Child Activity It’s a really good chance to get close to your kids. Let them feel the texture of the paints and paper by their feet. Also, this activity can help the kids train up the finger...

Learn About Fruits and Vegetables Work on your category skills! Get some fruits and veggies from your pantry and turn them into your teaching supplies. Use the printables from below to sort and match your fruits and vegetables. Using edible items can make...

Color Sorting and Fruit Recognition Most adults say being with kids is hard work, but I personally don't think it necessarily had to be.   There are many ways you can teach them how to be creative and learn through simple play. Below is one the most...

DIY Coloring Book About, "Plants That We Eat," For Young Students These free printables can be put together to form a do-it-yourself coloring book all about the plants we as humans can eat, fittingly titled, "Plants That We Eat. " A total of three sheets are printed and then assembled into a...

Printables About Where Fruits and Vegetables Grow for Young Students When students are learning about where fruits and vegetables grow it is important to discuss how not all fruits and vegetables grow the same way! Children should be made aware of how vegetables might not grow on a plant the same...


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