Print and laminate the chart on the following page. Encourage students to cut food images out of magazines, glue them onto index cards, write the name of the food underneath the image, and sort it into the appropriate column on the chart based on their experiences with the food. Children get to talk about the food they like and don’t like and why, encouraging language development. Labeling items demonstrates the functional side of reading, while reading labels reinforces the children’s learning. Cutting, pasting, writing, and sorting help with the development of fine motor skills. Children are developing and refining opinions and preferences, part of social-emotional development.