Healthy and Unhealthy Food Worksheets
Our printable healthy and unhealthy food worksheets for children in kindergarten through grade 3 are inspired by the idea that while food is important, it's more important to eat healthy. In a world where it's far easier to end up eating junk, it is important to know what is healthy and what isn't. Encourage kids to make informed food choices on what to eat and what not to eat using our huge stock of activities includes sorting, labeling, and checking healthy and non-healthy foods. Grab some of our free healthy and unhealthy food worksheets and head to a great start.
Fruit and vegetables top the list of healthy food items just as fried food, and ice cream are at the forefront of unhealthy foods. This healthy and unhealthy food chart defines and exemplifies the two types of food.
Encourage kids to make informed food choices with our printable flashcards. Let kindergarten kids identify the food, ponder over the good and bad effects of eating each one of them and opt for healthy food.
Chicken is, hands down, the most popular of all foods! Baked or stir-fried with vegetables, chicken tastes good in all its shapes. In this pdf, kids in grade 1 circle the healthy foods and cross out the unhealthy foods.
Meat, fish, fruit, and veggies contain tons of essential nutrients. Brainstorm kids in grade 2 about the effects of food as they look at each food and sort it as healthy or unhealthy in this printable worksheet.
Foods like burgers might be tempting, but far from being healthy. In this healthy and unhealthy food worksheet pdf, 1st grade kids contemplate and write which food is healthy, and which isn't.
You are what you eat. The fuel you fill in your body keeps it running. 2nd grade children muse on the effect food can have on their lives as they cut each food item and glue it below healthy or junk.
Think about the impact of food on your health as you walk through this healthy and unhealthy food pdf. Let grade 1 kids observe each food, check the healthy food and cross out the unhealthy ones.
How health-conscious are you? Do you have a favorite list of foods that you like to eat time and again? What foods do you stay away from? Grade 2 kids list out ten examples each of healthy and unhealthy foods.
This section of our healthy and unhealthy food worksheets is a fill-in-the-blanks activity for grade 3. Test how well you know what you eat. Complete each food sentence with the correct word or phrase.
Veggies abound in nutritional value! In this writing prompt for 3rd grade, invent a new recipe using all your favorite veggies. Give a step-by-step account of how to make it. Tell what ingredients are used, too.