Are you looking for Food Activities for Preschool that are ready to go in minutes? The Food Activities binder will be perfect. We love this theme because you can enjoy healthy nutrition activities and grocery store fun all for just $7.50.
These play-based, super fun, grab and go Preschool Food Activities will have kiddos ready for a completing a grocery list, measuring food, and graphing the inside or your refrigerator.
The Preschool Food Activities Binder is packed with a variety of preschool skills practice, all while playing with toys, playdough, and common craft supplies.
Why are our Themed Preschool Binders so popular with moms and teachers…
- Building Independence: Kids are able to work on their own or in small groups at their table to use their binders. It encourages them to self-start and learn/play on their own.
- Easy Prep: Print and slip the pages into sheet protectors. It’s that simple! No cutting and laminating required.
- Play-Based: These interactive, hands-on activities are built to engage little minds, use multiple senses, and make learning ridiculously fun.
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Food Preschool Activities
This activity is great to add to a dramatic play center. Use play food and fill your shopping cart with the correct amount of food.
Time to checkout the correct letters. Use real money, pom poms or clear bingo markers to mark the matching letters.
Celery Boats Measurements
What a fun way to practice patterns. Use small block to create and copy the food patterns.
Non standard measurement is an important early math skill. You can use this as a “snacktivity” too!
More or Less Plates
More dramatic play fun. Set the table, count, and add one more and one less to each plate. Use play food or even playdough for your food.
Count the items in your bag and mark them off on the list. Then add up the total number of items purchased and use magnet numbers to show the total.
Fill your bowl with the correct shapes using shape buttons or foam shapes.
In this activity we are practicing counting, classifying, sorting, and more. Mark the number of each item with any small manipulative.
Food Worksheets Preschool
Need some no-prep, print and go preschool worksheets?
Get scissor practice. Work on your tracing. Practice additional early education skills like counting, letters, shapes, colors, sorting, and more.
Use them as a one time worksheet or print them on colored paper and laminate to use as a play mat.
Sneak a peek at the worksheets in this set below.
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