Vegetable Names | Learn English And French For Kids

Vegetable Names

Learn English and French for Kids

Learning vegetable names for kids in English and French is healthy language learning for kids with Elliot and myABCdad Learning for kids.

Each Saturday our family walks to our local town market in France to stock up on delicious, fresh vegetables for the week ahead. On this occasion, after returning home, my big, beautiful boy, Elliot, age 7, shares our vegetable bounty to help you learn French and English. Accompanying the video above are seven teaching resources to help make learning connections with vegetable names for kids in English and French.


Vegetable PUZZLES for Kids
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Vegetable PUZZLES for Kids

This literacy center idea presents ten large images of wonderfully colourful vegetables purchased from a market in France. A picture of each has been carefully edited to use in this healthy living activity.

The name of each vegetable appears on top in bright, large and easy to read font. A grid of grey, dashed lines overlays each vegetable and can be easily cut out, separating them into six large puzzle pieces.

Mix up some or all vegetable puzzle pieces and make a great English Language Arts literacy center idea for children from Pre-K to Grade 1. Sort through and reassemble vegetable images before decoding each vegetable name. Not only is this a great activity to help support early reading development, but it also reinforces a healthy living.


Légume PUZZLES for Kids

This French literacy center idea presents ten large images of wonderfully colourful vegetables purchased from a market in France. A picture of each has been carefully edited to use in this healthy living activity.

The French name of each légume appears on top in bright, large and easy to read font. A grid of grey, dashed lines overlays each légume and can be easily cut out, separating them into six large puzzle pieces.

Mix up some or all vegetable puzzle pieces to make a great French literacy center idea for children from Pre-K to Grade 1. Sort through and reassemble légume images before decoding each légume name. Not only is this a great activity to help support early reading development in French, but it also reinforces healthy living.

Légume PUZZLES for Kids
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Vegetable | Légume PUZZLES for Kids
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Vegetable | Légume PUZZLES for Kids

This literacy center idea presents ten large images of wonderfully colourful vegetables purchased from a market in France. A picture of each has been carefully edited to use in this healthy living activity.

The English and French name of each vegetable | légume appears on top in bright, large and easy to read font. A grid of grey, dashed lines overlays each vegetable | légume and can be easily cut out, separating them into six large puzzle pieces.

Mix up some or all vegetable | légume puzzle pieces to make a great English and French literacy center idea for children from Pre-K to Grade 1. Sort through and reassemble vegetable | légume images before decoding each name. Not only is this a great activity to help support early reading development in English and French, but it also reinforces healthy living.


Vegetables | Légumes ACTIVITY Worksheets and Games for Kids

MEMORY Cards

This resource is a two page PDF document. One page includes ten 6 cm by 6 cm English cards, each card with a picture and vegetable name highlighted in blue. The second page repeats the same cards, but with names in French highlighted in red. To help achieve success, review all ten vegetable names and images with those featured in the video with Elliot.

Picture and Word PUZZLES

This resource is a four page PDF document that includes ten picture and word puzzles of the vegetables from our market visit. One version is in English and one is in French. Follow the dashed perimeter to cut out each card. Continue to cut each card into three puzzle pieces, again following dashed lines. Mix up all puzzle pieces and invite children to piece them back together again using pictures to support word recognition and knowledge.

Word | Picture MATCH

This resource is a one page PDF document that presents ten pictures of vegetables down the middle of the page. On the left side vegetable names appear in French and English names appear along the right side. Complete the activity by drawing a line from each French and English word to a matching vegetable picture.

Word UNSCRAMBLE

This resource is a two page PDF document that presents ten names of vegetables from our market visit down the middle of the page where letters of each name are mixed up, or scrambled – one version in French and another in English. A word box appears above with spaces corresponding with the number of letters in each name. Unscramble each vegetable name with help from pictures and correctly spelt names appearing down the left and right of the page. After unscrambling each vegetable name, draw a line matching it with a picture.

Vegetable | Légume PUZZLES for Kids
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Vegetable | Légume Writing POSTERS for Kids
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Vegetable | Légume Writing POSTERS for Kids

This resource is in ZIP format and contains 10 three page PDF documents. Each vegetable from our market visit is presented as the central feature on each of three pages. Above and below each vegetable picture is the English and French vegetable name. One version presents vegetable names in dashed font for printing, one version in dashed cursive font for writing and one version with both print and cursive font. All images represent the actual vegetable featured in the supporting video tutorial with Elliot.


Vegetable | Légume FLASH Cards for Kids

This resource is a nine page PDF document. A set of 12 cm by 9.5 cm reading cards present a picture of a vegetable from our market visit with English names. A second set includes French names, while a third set includes both English and French names of each vegetable above and below vegetable pictures.

Vegetable | Légume FLASH Cards for Kids
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Vegetable | Légume Display POSTERS for Kids
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Vegetable | Légume Display POSTERS for Kids 

This resource is a 13 page PDF document. The first three pages represent Vegetables, Légumes and both Vegetables and Légumes posters, where each vegetable is superimposed with a letter from the title. Ten additional pages present two posters, one in English and one in French, where the whole name is superimposed across the vegetable.


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Elliot is in Kindergarten in France. He is also learning at home with his dad. At myABCdad Learning for Kids, we offer teaching resources and video tutorials to support learning at home for parents and kids.

With 15 years of primary classroom teaching experience in seven different countries across our gorgeous globe, I create practical, visual worksheet resources. My son Elliot joins me to have a go and try each. We capture the action on video to help frame ways to help learning and build understanding working alongside children.

I love tailoring resources to meet the needs of my growing son. We also love sharing with you. Please let us know if you have questions, requests or ideas by sending us an e-mail at – myabcdad@gmail.com