Let's practice vegetables vocabulary!

Cultivate learning with vegetable vocabulary activities! Engaging games teach kids English words for veggies in a fun, healthy way.


Sprout new language skills with a garden of vegetable vocabulary activities! Introducing “carrot,” “tomato,” “potato,” and more, these crunchy English learning tasks are ideal for young learners to dig into. Parents and educators, get ready to plant the seeds of knowledge and watch your little ones grow their vocabulary alongside their love for veggies.

1. Veggie patch match

Create a matching game with cards featuring images of vegetables and their names in English. Kids can turn over cards to pair a “bean” with its image or match the “onion” with its name, reinforcing recognition and spelling.

2. Vegetable harvest

Set up a playful harvest activity where children “grow” paper vegetables in a makeshift garden. They can then “harvest” the veggies by picking them out and naming each in English, providing a hands-on way to connect with vegetable vocabulary.

3. Cook with colors

Invite children to draw or cut out pictures of vegetables to add to a paper plate to make a colorful salad. As they choose each vegetable, encourage them to name and describe it in English, like “red tomato” or “green pea,” blending art with language learning.

4. Veggie storytime

Craft a simple story together about a vegetable’s journey from seed to salad. Kids can contribute by suggesting which vegetables to include, practicing their vocabulary as they tell the tale of a “carrot” or “potato.”

5. Taste test

If possible, arrange a small taste test with safe and simple vegetables like carrots or peas. Discuss the vegetables in English before tasting, and ask children to describe the flavors. This sensory activity ties the vocabulary to real-life experiences.

Dive into these vegetable vocabulary activities to make English learning as natural and nourishing as eating your veggies. It’s about making language learning deliciously engaging, one veggie at a time!