World around Us Lesson - Where Does Food Come From?, Preschool

  • Activity 1 / Old MacDonald Had a Farm

  • Activity 2 / Food Match Up Worksheet


    Understanding how smaller parts make a whole is an important process preschoolers need to learn to build early math and cognitive skills. This fun, food matching worksheet will take your child to the kitchen in order to learn how simple ingredients make something delicious! 
    Completing this worksheet will help your child: 
    • Pay attention to intricate details to pick the right answer;
    • Understand how smaller parts come together to make something whole;
    • Increase important cognitive matching skills.
    Keep the learning going by allowing your little learner help in the kitchen to see just how ingredients come together in real life! In the meantime, this worksheet is the perfect tool to help your preschooler understand more about the function of items and ingredients in everyday life!

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  • Activity 3 / Little Chef Coloring Page


    Does your child love to cook? This printable coloring page: Little Chef will bring out your child’s inner culinary expertise as he or she colors this joyful scene.
    While coloring talk about the kitchen utensils and veggies picture to increase your child’s knowledge and love for cooking!

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  • Activity 4 / Sorting By Color and Size

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