Preschool Fruit and Vegetable Sort
[Source: I Heart Crafty Things]
We are back with another collaborative preschool learning post! This week the theme is Food. I am sharing two ways we worked on differentiating between our fruits and vegetables by sorting them, and I am including a free printable worksheet for you to try out at home.
The first sorting activity we completed was straight forward and simple. We started by collecting all the fruit and vegetable pretend food that we have and two baskets for sorting (my preschooler helped me with this). Tape a label to each basket labeled “Fruit” and “Vegetable”. If you don’t have baskets you can just tape your labels to the floor.
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