Fruit
Fruit
Vegetables
Vegetables
Fruit/Vegetables
100

Fruits are great sources of this vitamin.

vitamin C

100

This fruit can be red, green, or yellow.

apple

100

We use them to make french fries.

potatoes

100

We use it to make guacamole.

avocado

100

This vegetable makes you cry.

onion

200

This fruit is long and yellow.

banana

200

This yellow fruit is very sour.

lemon

200

This vegetable is long and orange. (Hint: It is also my favorite vegetable that I told you guys earlier!)

carrot

200

This vegetable looks like a small tree. It is also a dark-green vegetable.

broccoli

200

Both fruits and vegetables are an excellent source of this vitamin.

vitamin C

300

This fruit is the name of a color.

orange

300

These berries are also a color.

blueberries

300

This vegetable is used to make tortillas.

corn

300

This is used to make spaghetti sauce.

tomato

300

About how much of your plate should be fruits and vegetables? 

1/2

400

Fruits are sources of many essential nutrients. Name one mineral that we discussed today

Potassium 

400

Fruits are excellent sources of _________ fiber.

dietary

400

This vegetable is a long, crunchy stem.

celery

400
Vegetables are excellent sources of these two vitamins.

vitamin A and vitamin C

400

What vitamin gives carrots and sweet potatoes their orange color?

vitamin A

500

This fruit has seeds on the outside.

strawberries

500

This fruit has a fuzzy skin.

peach

500

This dark-leaf vegetable can be eaten cooked or raw.

spinach

500

These are small, round, and green.

peas

500

What food group are beans and peas counted in? (hint: The answer is 2 food groups!)

Vegetable and protein groups

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