Fruit and vegetables photos sorting or categorizing can be used as an individual center, or small group activity. Includes 18 large labeled photo fruit cards, 18 vegetable cards, and 2 sorting mats.Click on the PREVIEW link to see all pages and to make sure this is the educational level you are loo
Have fun learning about Foods with your students with this foods sort set. Included in this resource are: 1. 6 Sort Headers (breakfast, lunch dinner, desserts, vegetables, & fruits)2. 64 Picture Sort Cards (photos)3. 68 Word Wall Picture Cards (photos)4. 5 Desk Cards (foods, desserts,
This activity is intended to help children learn about the different names of healthy food and then sort them into either fruits or vegetables. Great activity for farm or farmers' market themed centers, preschool activities, or homeschool! This file also comes with the material needed to create your
This is a great activity while working with students with autism or special needs. After teaching students different categories in small and whole group settings place this task in an independent work area. Learning categories is critical to language development. You can find different flashcards se
Great Activity for Special Education, Speech Therapy, Kindergarten, and preschool students. These printables with real life pictures will help your kids learn the vocabulary on fruits and vegetable topics through an interesting game.There are 8 pages to be printed and laminated. You`ll get 3 matchin
Fruits vs Vegetables Category Sorting Cut and Paste Worksheets. Great for young learners and ESL/EFL kids. Students match items to the correct category.There are 2 versions of the worksheet: the first one has pictures and words, the second version has only pictures.
Fruits: apple, pineapple, kiwi, o
Looking for a quick activity or assessment? This is a great activity related to food. You would be surprised how many students don't know the difference between fruits and vegetables. This FRUIT & VEGETABLE sorting activity that can be used to teach sorting but also during a cooking theme. You
This activity provides a fun, engaging, and meaningful way to practice identifying fruits and vegetables. Students will cut out picture examples and glue them in the correct column. Answer key included.
Do you need an engaging way to teach your students about colors in connection with fruits and vegetables? Children will love to sort the cards in a circle. This activity can be an interesting addition to your harvest or farm unit. You can add this printable material to your Montessori shelves or you
Interactive Notebook. With this Interactive Notebook Activities Fruit and Vegetable Matching packet students in P-K, Kindergarten, Special Needs and Autism classroom will practice visual discrimination, sorting, matching and fine motor skills. Students cut out the fruits and vegetables sections and
This is a Free sample of our Fruit and Vegetable Sorting cards. There are 8 photographic cards to sort into a Fruit or Vegetable sorting bag.
8 photographic cards
2 sorting bags
Our full Fruit and Vegetable Sort include 24 photographic sorting cards
Color word sorting
Sorting Fruits and Vegetables
3 pages with 15 fruits and vegetables
2 pages with Chart for Fruits
2 pages with Chart for Vegetables
List of Fruits and Vegtables
10. Green Pepper
This pdf includes various photographs of fruits and vegetables with and without labels (vocabulary cards, sorting activity and match the word to fruit or vegetable cards as well as a My favorite... activity)
I made this to reinforce vocabulary with my emergent Ells, hope you find it helpful as well!
This is a great hands-on activity for students to do independently The file folder game, "Fruit and Vegetable Sort" focuses on categorizing foods. In this activity, students will sort pictures of food as a vegetable or a fruit.
There is a cover page as well as two tables to place the foods onto.
Included in this resource:
Fruit & Vegetable Sorting Cards
- Have students as a whole class or in small groups sort the cards in a pocket chart by type of food
- Have in a center for students to practice sorting independently
- Create a poster to have as a reference in your classroom
Students will learn the definition of a fruit and vegetable, then sort fruit and vegetable photos into categories. Vocabulary words are written on each flash card to encourage English Language Development. A lesson plan is included. I love to complete the large photo fruit and vegetable photo sort a
Is it a fruit or vegetable? Your students will find out with these fun multiple choice Boom Cards. Real photos are used throughout the deck, along with labels and audio for the item. Students decide if the item is a fruit or vegetable and click on the appropriate button. Buttons have audio next to t
Simple file folder game for Pre-K/kinder or Special Education students to practice sorting skills.Fruits and vegetables for sorting into categories! Directions included! Perfect for independent work, centers, or task box time. **Digital Task now included! Re-download for Link!**____________________
**If you have already purchased this resource simply RE DOWNLOAD for the Google Slides Link**This file folder game or printable worksheets are perfect for Pre-School, Kinder, or special education students working on sorting by categories! Sort 15 fruits and vegetables with labels for easy identifica
Do you want to make your kid or student aware about names of different fruits and vegetables? These mats are perfect for it. Also they can differentiate fruit and vegetables by sorting in their baskets. Simply you need to print, laminate, cut and stick dot Velcro on the template as well as cutout so
Fruits and Vegetables Sorting Busy Book for toddlers! Help your kids learn fruits and vegetables and develop their matching skills. This toddler busy book includes 45 fruits and vegetables. Perfect for kids 1,5 - 5 years old.My 3-year-old son loves these activities very much.Print these funny worksh
This pack includes resources to help your students identify and sort fruits and vegetables. These activities can also be a way to help students with limited experiences develop a rich vocabulary when speaking about fruits and vegetables.
This resource includes high-quality photographs of fruits an
This packet is highly differentiated for Pre-K- 1 and exceptional need students and students that do not have exceptional needs. Student will be asked to color and cut the fruits and vegetables. After doing so, the student will sort the foods where they belong. For a writing component, the students
Fruits and Vegetable Activities can be used as a small group activity. Includes 50 large labeled photo fruit cards and vegetable cards.Click on the PREVIEW link to see all pages and to make sure this is the educational