Our free, printable vegetables worksheets have all the macro and micro nutrients you need to increase your uptake of vegetables! Not only are vegetables a tremendous source of vitamins, they contain tons of fiber, making learning vegetables compulsory for children. Serve the health-conscious young men and women a sumptuous feast of our vegetables worksheets, which explore all possible fun-and-learning opportunities so children find identifying, matching, circling, coloring, and writing the names of everyday vegetables as green and succulent as could be.
We recommend our vegetables worksheets for preschool, kindergarten, and grade 1.
Identify the carrot with its orange color, and recognize the mushroom with its round top and short stem. Excitingly, there is more to this printable vegetable worksheet than the luscious carrot and the white mushroom.
Flash your favorite vegetables with all the pomp they deserve! Whether it's the potato that you can eat boiled or roasted or the pungent onion that sends tears rolling down your cheeks, this pdf resource abounds in vegetables for kids in preschool.
If it's large and round and has green, white, or purple leaves, it's a cabbage! Instruct preschool and kindergarten children to check the correct name under each vegetable picture after recognizing the vegetable with its unique features.
Color the broccoli green, for it's how this vegetable is! Continue to paint each vegetable in this part of printable vegetable worksheets until it resembles its real-life lookalike. Also guide kindergarten and grade 1 kids to write the vegetable name.
Veggies that grow underneath the soil, are dense in nutrients and greatly healthy. While we urge kindergarten and 1st grade kids to eat lots of vegetables, in this pdf, we also ask them to determine whether the vegetables grow above or below the ground.