You can teach your kids to love vegetables one way or another with these 25 Playful Vegetable Activities For Kids.
Vegetables are so cool when you can play with them, create with them and of course eat them! Your kids are sure to learn to love veggies after doing these super cool vegetable activities. It doesn’t matter how young or old, rain or shine, you can enjoy these 25 Playful Vegetable Activities for Kids anytime!
Get a little messy with this totally fun Broccoli Painting activity. The kids will love getting dirty and playing with broccoli at the same time!
The kids will absolutely love these Painted Bubble Wrap Corn Sun Catchers! They look so pretty (and healthy) in the window as the sun catches each little painted bubble piece.
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Here’s another totally awesome bubble wrap painting activity. Get creative making some bright colored Bubble Wrap Painted Fruits. The kids can make all of their favorite fruits and veggies!
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What parent doesn’t love any craft activity that includes hand and foot prints? These adorable Footprint Carrots would make a fantastic Mother’s Day, Easter or Father’s Day gift! Seriously these little feet are just so stinking cute!
Sensory tubs are really so fantastic for kids. This ridiculous adorable Carrot Sensory Tub offers opportunities to explore sights, sounds, smells and textures, imaginary play and of course encourages the love of healthy living.
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Who knew that celery could make such beautiful flowers? Try it out with this unique Celery Painting Craft. The kids are going to love it!
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Here’s another cool way to use celery for painting! Design your very one Rainbow Fish with nothing but some paint and celery sticks! Make sure to put aside a few celery sticks for snack time afterwards.
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With this Digging for Carrots sight word activity you can incorporate gardening, veggies and of course reading all in one fantastic sensory activity.
Kids love to dig in the dirt, plant, and of course the best part – watching their garden grow. With this cute Felt Garden activity the kids can practice their planting skills from the cleanliness of the indoors (without dirt!)
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This Finger Print Corn craft is the perfect fall or farm craft for younger children. They may need help cutting out the shapes, but they’ll love to make the corn kernels all by themselves!
Food sensory bins are so simple and great mid-meal snack that’s healthy! Kids would be eating healthy while having fun.
What a super fun activity for the kids to see how you can turn what looks like garbage or a dead veggie into a brand new growing, living, delicious carrot! The kids are sure to love this Vegetable Regrowth Activity. It will keep them coming back and checking on it for days!
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This is a cute Bean Growing activity is fantastic to do with kids, inspired by the much loved children’s story, Jack and the Bean Stalk. Kids love watching things grow, and beans seem to grow so quickly and easily!
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Play with your food? Yes, please! Your kids will love playing with this way too cool for school Mr Potato Head activity. Not only will they get a chance to play with their food, they get to be silly at the same time! It’s a win- win!
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These 3 Peas in a Pod make such a simple and fun activity for kids of all ages. They kids can make them as serious or silly as they like. Add a few googly eyes, a funny face, and peas seem much more appealing!
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Don’t throw those old romaine ends away! Regrow your own Romaine from home and show the kids the miracle of growing your own veggies!
This Sponge Growing activity is really cool and perfect for getting the kids started on their first growing experiment. You can do this fun craft any time of the year with kids of all ages!
This Vegetable Math Game helped is perfect for practice counting, comparing, sorting, vocabulary and language skills, while encouraging a love for veggies!
What kid doesn’t love playing with food? Build a house, create a piece of art, and of course finish off with a tasty little snack! This Vegetable Art Activity is sure to keep the kids fascinated and excited about their plateful of veggies!
Give those fruits and veggies a scrub with this fun Cleaning Chore Activity. It’s crazy but the kids love cleaning and doing the chores when you call it an activity! Plus you can use this activity to teach kids the importance of cleaning your food before you eat it.
Now you can check out your very own garden in a bottle – with no waiting for it to grow! Have fun counting the vegetables inside, identifying each one and describing its shape and color with your kiddos.
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Here is another exciting sensory activity for your young toddlers. This What’s On My Plate activity teaches kids how to sort, count and identify the veggies they are able to scoop out!
This Underground Vegetable Garden Painting is fantastic for teaching and showing kids how their veggies and plants are going in their very own gardens!
Make a beautiful vegetable masterpiece while learning all about the parts of the plant that we can eat and enjoy!
Carrot painting? Yep that’s right! How much fun is this? Carrots make the perfect writing tool or paint brush for some vegetable art fun!
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