At Little Leaders Learning Center in Miller Place, New York, they did a fun, “Investigation,” with their toddlers! They came-up with a fun science activity where they took various vegetables and investigated/studied which ones would float and which would sink.
Fruits and Vegetables Theme
Welcome to Crackenhopper field!
The popular children’s book, “Creepy Carrots,” follows a rabbit named Jasper as he tries to find some tasty carrots to eat in Crackenhopper field. However, he encounters some very creepy carrots that are more scary than tasty!
Here are some colorful lifelike FREE printable vegetable flashcards to teach vegetable names to your child!
I Spy game for kids includes lots of colorful veggies. This I Spy would be a perfect compliment to a nutrition lesson plan if you are a teacher.
The kind of Bingo games that grown-ups play can be way too complicated for preschool students or those in kindergarten. Matching a number to a letter is tricky if you don’t know even know all your letters or numbers, after all! That’s why this beginner Bingo game is great for kids–it substitutes pictures of food kids know for the letters and numbers! By having things like apples, broccoli, nuts, or other healthy foods the students can learn about nutritious foods while having fun.