Vegetables are an important part of daily meals. Vegetables provide nutrition and vitamins to help kids become healthier and smarter every day. Even so, many young children hate to eat them and always take vegetables off their plates. So how can you get your child to eat vegetables every day without forcing them?
First, as a parent, you can try to get your kids familiar with eating vegetables by including at least one leafy green or yellow vegetable each day. Spinach, broccoli, winter squash, greens, and carrots have vitamin A. Serving more salad or even teaching your child how to make salad are also great options for your kids to get used to vegetables.
Also, try creating vegetable-themed activities for your child.. For example, you can learn English with your kids by using flashcards or playing guessing games. The colorfulness of the vegetables will ignite curiosity in your child. They will want to know more about these delicious plants and will feel excited to play with you.
You can teach your kids how to say each vegetable in English and help them relate it to their surroundings. For example, “This is a carrot. Carrots are orange. Do you know any other food that is orange?” “Lettuce is green, do you see anything else that is green?”
To help you get started, Galaxy Kids will provide you with 30 popular types of vegetables. Get creative with making games for your kids!
Names of vegetables in English
– Bell pepper
– String beans
– Spring onion (Green onion)
– Sweet potato
With these little steps, you kids will surely like greens more and at the same time, they will improve their English vocabulary as well as their speaking and listening skills!
To learn vegetable names in English for kids, you can download the Galaxy Kids app – the best English learning app for kids!