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A fruit chart activity is a great way to introduce kids to different types of fruits and educate them about their names, colors, and nutritional benefits. Here’s an example of a simple and fun fruit chart activity for kids:


  • Large poster board or chart paper
  • Markers or colored pencils
  • Pictures or illustrations of various fruits (printed or cut out from magazines)
  • Glue or tape


  1. Prepare the chart: Take the poster board or chart paper and draw a large chart with columns and rows. You can create columns for fruit names, colors, and nutritional benefits.
  2. Gather fruit images: Collect pictures or illustrations of different fruits. You can find these in magazines, print them from the internet, or draw them yourself. Make sure to include a variety of fruits, such as apples, oranges, bananas, grapes, strawberries, etc.
  3. Cut and arrange the fruit images: Cut out the fruit images and help the kids arrange them neatly in the chart. Each fruit should be placed in a separate row, with space for filling in the fruit’s name, color, and nutritional benefits.
  4. Fill in the details: Write the name of each fruit in the corresponding column. Encourage the kids to identify the colors of the fruits and fill in the respective column. You can discuss the nutritional benefits of each fruit, such as vitamins, fiber content, or specific health benefits, and write them in the chart.
  5. Decorate and display: Let the kids decorate the chart with additional drawings or stickers if desired. Once completed, display the fruit chart in a prominent place where the kids can easily refer to it.
  6. Learning activities: Use the fruit chart as a reference for various learning activities. For example, you can play a game where you call out a fruit name, and the kids have to point to the corresponding fruit on the chart. You can also discuss different ways to incorporate fruits into meals and snacks, and encourage the kids to try different fruits.

This activity not only helps children learn about fruits but also promotes their creativity, fine motor skills, and knowledge of healthy eating habits.


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