Let's learn about fruits!

Taste the sweetness of learning with our fruits vocabulary list! From apples to bananas, discover the English names for all your favorite fruits in a fun and engaging way.


Today, we’re embarking on a juicy adventure into the world of fruits with Studycat! Fruits are not just delicious and nutritious; they’re a rainbow of colors, textures, and flavors that brighten up our meals and snacks. From the crisp bite of an apple to the tropical sweetness of a mango, each fruit brings its own unique taste and health benefits.

Let’s dive into the vibrant vocabulary of fruits!

Fruits vocabulary list

Learning about fruits introduces us to a variety of words that describe tastes, colors, and feelings associated with these natural treats. Here’s a basketful of fruity vocabulary to enjoy:


A round fruit with red, yellow, or green skin and crisp flesh.
”She packed an apple for her snack at school.”


A citrus fruit with a tough bright orange skin.
”He squeezed an orange to make fresh juice for breakfast.”


A small fruit with green flesh, black seeds, and a fuzzy brown skin.
”Kiwifruit is rich in vitamin C and tastes sweet with a hint of tartness.”


A tropical fruit with five ridges, yellow when ripe, and has a waxy skin.
”Starfruit looks like a star when sliced, making it a fun addition to fruit salads.”


A large, round or oval fruit with a hard green rind and sweet, juicy, red or pink flesh.
”Watermelon is perfect for picnics on hot summer days.”


A long curved fruit with a yellow skin and soft, sweet, white flesh inside.
”She eats a banana every morning for a quick energy boost.”


A bright yellow, sour citrus fruit.
”A slice of lemon in water makes a refreshing drink.”


A sweet, red, heart-shaped fruit with tiny seeds on its surface.
”Strawberry fields become ripe and red in early summer.”


A tropical fruit with rough, spiky skin, sweet yellow flesh, and a tough, leafy crown.
”Pineapple adds a tropical twist to smoothies and desserts.”


A tropical fruit with smooth skin, sweet juicy flesh, and a hard pit inside.
”Mango is deliciously sweet and often used in salsas and smoothies.”


A sweet fruit with a rounded base, tapering towards the stalk.
”Pears are soft and sweet when fully ripe.”

Exploring these fruits not only expands our vocabulary but also our taste buds, as we learn about the diversity of flavors nature has to offer. Studycat’s characters invite us to taste, learn, and enjoy the delicious world of fruits!

How to learn and remember fruits words

Learning about fruits with Studycat makes vocabulary lessons as refreshing as a fruit salad on a summer day. Here are some engaging activities to help remember these fruity words:

  • Fruit Tasting Party: Host a tasting party with a variety of fruits from the list, discussing each one as you taste it.
  • Draw and Label: Draw pictures of each fruit and label them with their English names. It’s a fun way to reinforce learning.
  • Fruit Memory Game: Create a memory matching game with cards featuring pictures of fruits and their names.
  • Cooking with Fruit: Prepare simple recipes using fruits from the vocabulary list, talking about the fruits as you cook.
  • Fruit Story Time: Write or tell stories that include the different fruits, using their names and describing their flavors and colors.

As we wrap up our fruity journey, remember that every bite is an opportunity to savor new words and flavors. With Studycat’s playful approach, learning about fruits becomes an exciting exploration of the senses.

Until our next delicious adventure, keep enjoying the sweet and juicy world of fruits!