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Strawberry Printable Activities for Kids

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These Strawberry Printable Activities for Kids are a great way to learn about strawberries. Find out how to learn about the parts of a strawberry and letter teaching, too! These are great Homeschooling Preschool Worksheets for kids!

You can print off this packet and let them take over and have fun. Their confidence will grow as they finish every page – and proudly show you their work!

Do you have fruit fans in your house? This printable packet is a great way to dive into the world of strawberries.

The bright colors of the printables are beautiful, but don’t stress because you can always print them in black and white!

What is the learning benefit of this printable?

This printable combines learning about the parts of the strawberry with reading and writing skills. It also works on letter recognition and visual learning cues, too.

Each page of this strawberry printable is so much fun to do and is loaded with lots of learning fun for the kids!

What it includes:

This strawberry activity packet includes page after page of learning fun. One page focuses on shapes, one page focuses on the parts of the strawberry, and the other pages focus on alphabet letters, tracing, writing, and more.

Fun ways to use this printable:

While I’m a big fan of printing and using it just like it is, you can have fun and not do that! There are so many ways that you can make learning printables super fun and unique for the kids.

Here are a few ideas that can help you get started!

Plant strawberries

Growing a strawberry garden is a fun way to let the kids get their hands dirty! Plant some strawberry plants after learning how the parts of the strawberry work.

This is a great way to give them a job that they can look after throughout the months, and also usually ends in a sweet homegrown treat!

Have them draw more strawberries

It might not sound like it’s that difficult to do, but drawing strawberries is a great way to work on 3D drawing skills.

The kids can work on getting the shape of the strawberry right, along with those perfectly round edges. And trust me – it’s not as easy as it sounds!

Have a strawberry cooking day

There are so many ways that you can use strawberries to eat. You can add them to salads, desserts, or just chop and have them as a snack.

See if you can make a strawberry recipe for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and dessert – and then talk about which one you liked best!

How hard is it to grow a strawberry garden?

Growing a strawberry garden can be a rewarding experience but it may prove to be quite the undertaking. Strawberry plants require rich, well-drained soil and plenty of sun, ideally six to eight hours a day.

As they are prone to both pests and various diseases, it is important that the space and other conditions are conducive to plant health.

Depending on the location, those looking to establish a strawberry garden may also require irrigation systems for supplemental water and protection from extreme weather conditions.

This does not have to be overly complicated or expensive; some simple accessorizing such as bird netting or shade cloths can go a long way in keeping these plants healthy during all stages of their life cycle.

How can I start a garden for my kids to work on?

Gardening is an excellent way for children to engage with nature and with their own ingenuity. A successful children’s garden project involves designing an inviting space that is tailored to the interests of your child or children.

This can include selecting what to grow, designing a potting bench where they can work, and involving them in daily tasks related to watering and caring for the plants.

It also helps to consider a few choice tools like trowels, rakes, shovels, and gloves that are specifically sized for young hands.

With access to age-appropriate tools at their disposal, children will have more confidence when tending the soil and handling their plants.

In addition to emphasizing responsibility and connection with nature, this type of activity can sharpen problem-solving skills since gardeners often face challenges related to pests, weather conditions, plant diseases, and lack of nutrition in the soil.

Setting up a garden project for your kids opens up opportunities for teaching them valuable principles about growing things as well as empowerment through autonomy in decision-making regarding what types of plants are planted in their own backyard space.

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Sarah

Friday 24th of February 2023

There is a Typo on the Strawberry Shapes. Strawberry is miss the "w". Otherwise it's a great packet.