While planting some vegetable seeds in our garden, our boys started asking lots of questions about how these seeds grow, why certain vegetables can’t be planted together etc. so I decided to create these vegetable cards to help them learn more about vegetables.
Check out the list of materials that we use with these printables.
To use these cards:
- Matching cards – use as cards matching the pictures to the words.
- Matching game – Print out two copies of the cards and use in games such as memory and fish.
- Copywork – Have your child look at the card with the picture and writing on it and ask your child to copy the name of the vegetable.
- Spelling – Hold up the card of the vegetable without the words and ask your child to spell the name of the vegetable
- Sorting – Ask your child to sort the cards into colours, or ones that start with the same beginning letter or sort fruits in one pile and vegetables in another pile – You can get the fruit cards here.
- Research – Older children can use these cards to start researching about different types of vegetables, how they grow, where they grow etc. These vegetable notebooking pages will help greatly with this.
The vegetables on these cards are:
- brussels sprouts
- chilli pepper
- red onion
- sweet potato
- sweet pepper / capsicum
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