Food Worksheets with Cut and Paste Activities
Cut and Paste Food Worksheets with a variety of food choices to cut up and paste. Kids can start off cutting and pasting together a food pyramid with food choices that they think are best. Kids can learn about food and ingredients with cut and paste mealtime, cut and paste salads and cut and paste pizza food worksheets.
Cut and Paste Food Pyramid
Teach kids the Food Pyramid with healthy food choices they cut out and paste into the pyramid to make up a balance daily diet. Kids cut out all the food items and paste them into the correct food groups on the food pyramid diagram. The food pyramid consists of 7 groups.
Cut and Paste Fruit
There are two cut and paste fruit shapes food worksheets. Cut out the fruit and paste them into the correct fruit shapes with both worksheets. A perfect activity for the younger children. The cut and paste fruit salad worksheet has a fruit bowl and fruit items that can be colored and then cut out to be pasted into the bowl. When the food worksheets are done the children can display their fruit salad recipe on the fridge.
Cut and Paste Vegetables
Kids can cut up a vegetable salad and paste the items into a salad bowl. First they will need to color the vegetables before cutting out. Print more copies if you need more vegetables for your salad.
Cut and Paste Pizza
The kids can make their very own pizza with the ingredients they like by cutting and pasting the food ingredients onto the pizza. Next, challenge the kids with pizza fractions. Cut and paste the pizza fourths and paste each fourth onto the pizza. Each time a slice of pizza is pasted onto the pizza ask the children the fraction equivalent, i.e. one piece of pizza pasted is one-fourth of pizza. Continue until all the pieces of pizza are pasted to make a whole pizza or four-fourths.
Cut and Paste Mealtime
Cut and paste mealtime is a fun food worksheet activity for the kids. With this activity worksheet, the kids can list the food items they would like for breakfast, lunch and Supper. Kids start off by cutting all the food items they wish to paste under the three mealtime categories. Remind them to choose wise choices that follows the recommended food guide for daily nutrition. When they are done they can color the food items. This activity can also be used to help with daily mealtime planning.
Help these chefs cook up some yummy deserts or main entrees by cutting out the menu items and pasting them onto the chefs platters to serve to the guests. What have the chefs cooked up for us today?
Cut and Paste Desserts
Why not prepare an ice cream cone by cutting out and pasting the ice cream scoops onto the cones. Make a super duper ice cream sundae with one of the cut and paste ice cream layers and don’t forget to put the cherry on top. Use the same ice cream layers and toppings to make a sundae. These cut and paste donuts look so real you will forget that they are made of paper. Have the kids cut up a dozen or half-dozen and paste them into the donut box. Donuts anyone?
Kids can cut and paste a birthday cake for a friend, family member or a cuddly bear. First, cut out the number of candles for the cake and the correct birthday number topper. Second, cut out the cake and paste the candles and birthday number on the cake. Now hold up the cake and sing the “happy birthday” song.
These donuts look so yummy the kids will think they are real! Kids cut out six donuts and paste them into the donut box. Which donuts will they choose?
Kids will feel like little chefs with these fun cut and paste worksheets and will learn more about good food choices for everyday meals.