Foods of the Season: Spring



Foods of the Season: Spring

Have you ever considered the foods of the season? In other words, each season has their own unique bounty of fruits and vegetables that are “in season.” Although the grocery store would like you to believe that every fruit and vegetable is good year round, that’s not true. There are nutritional benefits to learning how to eat “according to the season,” and this resource will help you to start doing just that.

What’s in season in the U.S. in spring? From apples, spinach and strawberries to avocadoes, bananas, and mushrooms, this resource will provide you with:

  • informational pages about the top 10 Spring foods
  • Internet-linked videos
  • Recipe cards
  • Flash Cards
  • Coloring pages
  • Handwriting practice (in print and cursive)
  • Copywork pages
  • Additional activities

More About This Resource

There are over 40 pages of printable informational and activity pages, making this an ideal resource for young kids to adults! Learn about the top 10 foods of the Spring season as a family with the Internet-linked videos, Internet-linked recipes, and more! The 10 Spring foods highlighted are:

  • apples
  • apricots
  • avocados
  • bananas
  • broccoli
  • lemons
  • lettuce
  • mushrooms
  • spinach
  • strawberries

Each food highlighted has a corresponding video, flash card, coloring page, information page, and copywork page. You’ll also find additional activities, such as reproducible pages for writing poems, essays, research papers, illustration/drawing practice, word scramble, and food word-picture match.

Foods of the Season Spring

This is a digital product only, meaning nothing will be shipped. You are permitted to make copies for your family only. Mass copies, distribution, and/or reselling this resource is strictly prohibited. You may use this resource for teaching a CO-OP class.

This resource has a total of 51 pages with Internet-links to YouTube videos and websites with recipes. Although these videos and websites have been vetted out, we are not responsible for any ads, popups, or other things that may be seen.

A resource that highlights spring foods.


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