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Can you eat a rainbow?

Can you eat a rainbow?

04/07/2012

Can you eat a rainbow?

We found this fabulous rainbow chart on the Innocent Kids website, which has been developed by the makers of those delicious Innocent fruit smoothies and fruit tubes.





Download and print the rainbow chart, and then ask your child to draw all the different coloured fruits and vegetables that they have eaten during the week.

It's a great way of encouraging them to try new fruit and veg, and makes a good talking point when introducing the idea of healthy eating.

You can download the chart here.

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Colouring fruit and vegetables

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Printable farm colouring sheets

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