Like vegetables, fruit is healthy and kids should eat it every day but often don’t. Fruit is a great source of fiber, vitamins and minerals, so it’s hardly surprising that eating fruit every day will help reduce sickness and build a stronger immune system. Plus, from blueberries to bananas, peaches to papayas, clementines to cantaloupe, there’s something to please every kid—once they try it!
To get your child to eat fruit, you can provide fruit with their meals every day to create a good habit. Prepare the fruit beforehand by washing it and cutting it up. You can store it in the refrigerator unless you’re ready to serve it. Once it’s time for your kid to eat, just add the prepared fruit as part of every meal or snack. For example, you can put fruit in cereal, add a piece of fruit to your child’s lunch, or make a fruit salad. This will help encourage your kid to enjoy a healthy but delicious variety of fruit.
Galaxy Kids also has put together a list of fruit vocabulary for you.
Fruits Name in English for Kids
– Dragon Fruit
– Passion Fruit
– Star Fruit
Parents can also combine games and activities to create an exciting learning environment when practicing fruit names with their toddlers by asking these questions:
Which fruit(s) tasted sweet/sour?
Which fruit(s) were soft/hard/smooth/crunchy/juicy?
Which fruit(s) did you like the most/least? Why?
How do you think this fruit grows?
Learning the names of fruit in English helps improve a child’s vocabulary and makes them love fruit even more!
To learn fruits names in English for kids, you can download the Galaxy Kids app – the best English learning app for kids!