Fruit & Veggie Theme Party Idea for Girls Birthday Party

Vegetable Activities

If you are looking for interesting, encourage independent on the topic of vegetables related to babies, preschoolers and kindergarteners, you have come to the right spot. Teachers, mums, dads, child care providers and more make good use of our activities!

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Honeycomb Tissue Paper Fruit and Vegetable Decorations

Our gorgeous hanging paper fruits and vegetables honeycombs are a perfect way to decorate themed birthday parties, baby showers, weddings, school activities and retail displays. We grow a wide range of fruits and vegetables: tissue paper strawberries, pineapples, bananas, raspberries, mangos avocados, pumpkins, and other summer and tropical fruits as specialty products such as milk bottles, multicolored mushrooms, and acorns.

Honeycomb fruits and vegetables are a perfect way to set the stage for the Hawaiian or Luau theme parties, summer holidays, diet shows, kindergarten groups, stores, pharmacies and school cafeterias. Our fruit range is small 8 inches to extra-large 20 inches, so it’s a breeze to find the right size for your spot.

Vegetable Arts and Crafts

Veggie Paint

Buy a lot of vegetables (just firm ones, nothing squishy) and slice them (horizontally , vertically, diagonally) in various ways. The table is covered with newspaper. In Styrofoam meat trays placed various tempera paint colours.

Offer every child a large sheet of white construction paper and print-paint with the veggies in any way they want.

Printing of a potato block:

Cut the types into halves of potatoes (make them raised). Usage for print blocking.

Creative portraiture:

Using carrot tops, and paint with celery leaves.

Bean Flowers:

Grow different bean sprouts in class, and let the kids eat them as they grow.

Sprinkle tops:

Place a white or sweet potato or carrot NON TREATED over the water and see if it will grow into a plant. “Hay” will sprout from carrots.

Grow some veggies!

You can grow simple veggies indoors, even if it’s winter. Take a dishpan and put some gravel underneath. Fill with land. Lettuce, radishes, and spices are the perfect things to transform into. Green bean seeds are also to grow. Hold in a shady room, and remain cool.


Take clip art, and make fruit and veggy flashcards. Color and mark them and laminate them in.

Allow fruit and veggy felt types. Vegetable Images

Create pictures of the vegetables by filling a vegetable outline with dried beans or seeds.

Tortilla Chips and Dips

Complement the menu by adding tortilla chips to every birthday party and dip into the mix. Making your dip adds an excellent sparkle to this concept. Using your imagination to make available a range that includes avocado, hummus and deviled egg dips.

Using four avocados, a cup of coriander, half a cup of sour cream, a quarter kosher salt , black pepper and maybe some dashed carrots, broccoli and cauliflower for the strawberry dip. Scoop the avocados out, put them in a large bowl and blend until the mixture is smooth.

Chop a 15-ounce can of chickpeas, a clove of garlic, a quarter cup of olive oil, two spoonfuls of lemon juice, two spoonfuls of tahini, a tablespoon of ground cumin, kosher salt and a half-teaspoon of paprika into your food processor and click on. To achieve the desired consistency, add a spoonful of water or two.

Build your devilish egg dip by filling your food processor with six peeled hard-boiled eggs, a half cup of mayonnaise, a mustard teaspoon, three-fourths of a salt teaspoon and a qtr-teaspoon of black pepper. Can you turn this on? Have it run until the dip is smooth and then cool off before the party starts.

Vegetable Games and Activities

Sorting Vegetables

Buy a selection of fresh vegetables and let the kids sort them by colour , size, texture, etc ..

Join for vegetable deliciousness

Cut a range of vegetables including some rare ones that the kids probably haven’t eaten before. Let them eat whatever they want. I provide the older children with toothpicks to pick up their vegetables.

Space in the Circle:

Discuss which vegetables are growing underground and which ones are growing above soil.

Play: Play-Game:

Enjoy Carrot, Carrot, Duck Duck Goose instead of Corn.

Scientific Studies:

Discuss what vegetables from other countries do come to us. Discuss how to bring vegetables into the grocery store.

Veggie Hunting

Hide toy vegetables in the sand or table and let the kids dig them up.

Vegetable Chart Make a map of what the kids like and hate about vegetables.

Vegetable Inventory

For a book use build paper folded in half. Let the kids stick pictures of vegetables in it.

Felt Friendly Table

Create shapes of fruit and vegetables for the children to recognize.

Memory Game Food Group

Create your flashcards for fruits and vegetables which can also be used as a memory game. Kind of Veggie Seed

Have the children separate seeds from vegetables. Also, they can sort beans or peas.

Field Trip

Take a field trip to the store or farmers’ market.

Vegetable Snacks and Recipes

Vegetable Supper

That fits well in a crockpot, bringing meat in early (before children arrive in the morning). Using chopped frozen or fresh vegetables and let children determine how much every green goes into the bowl. Cook on warm, serve with crackers for 2-3 hours.

Raw vegetables (served with ranch dressing or sour cream):

Cauliflower, celery, broccoli, carrots, artichokes (for younger children maybe a little spicy), lettuce, spring onions, etc.