Peek & Find ~ Fruits and Veggies

Peek & Find Fruits and Veggies

We have a  new Peek & Find featuring Fruits and Veggies! Peek & Find is a great activity for for Tot Schoolers, Preschoolers, Kindergarteners and beyond. There are a few variations to this activity can easily grow with your child’s ability!

You can also add in some fun elements to the activity, or simply print, cut, and play! Below I will share the free printable, ideas for different levels of play, and fun variations.

There are two main elements of the Peek & Find activity.

The “FIND” boards, available in color or BW…

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The “PEEK” cards…

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Print the board, selecting color for younger kids to make it easier and selecting BW for older kids to make it more difficult. Print the cards, on cardstock if possible and cut them out. Laminate if you plan to use these cards repeatedly.


Looking for a great color printing option? See our favorite printer and ink here!


A few options for play…

Option #1 {single player}

Print the Peek & Find board.

Print the cards and cut out.

Mix up the cards, choose one at a time and find the object on the Peek & Find board. Color, circle, or mark the object.

If you have an artistic child who loves to color, challenge him/her to copy the colors and color the board to match the cards!

Option #2 {2 or more players}

Print a Peek & Find board for each player and one set of cards. Cut out the cards.

Flip over a card and race to see who finds the object first on their board. Using Dot Paint with this game is fun!

Winner keeps the card.

Person with the most cards at the end is the winner!

See a video of my daughter and I playing {we were using the SPRING theme board in this video} …

Option #3 {sensory, fine motor activity}

Create a sensory bin and bury the cards.

Use a fine motor tool {child tweezers} to dig for cards and pull them out and then find the object on the Peek & Find board and mark it.

Option #4 {gross motor activity}

Hid the cards around the room and challenge your child to find one card at a time and bring it back to the board, find it, mark it, and repeat! This is a great version for those of you with energetic younger kids!

Options for marking the board…

  • Dot Paint
  • BINGO Chips
  • Bottle Tops
  • Pouch Tops
  • Mini Pom Poms
  • Markers, Crayons, Colored Pencils
  • Beads
  • Mini Erasers
  • Beans

        Download your FREE Peek & Find FRUITS & VEGGIES here!

        Peek & Find Fruits and Veggies


        Garden Books for Kids with Editable Library Checklist

        Garden Books Editable Library Checklist

        Print out our book checklist and get to the library to grab some fun GARDEN books for your kids! Want to add more books to your list? Just edit the PDF and print it out after you add in the other books you want to grab!  Want to purchase some of these great garden books? See them all here on Amazon! 


        Garden Books for Kids

        A plant life theme is fun for Tot School, Preschool, Kindergarten and beyond! Explore flowers, fruits, vegetables and more. Investigating gardening is a great way to teach young kids so much about science!

        More GARDEN fun…

        Looking for more garden theme fun for your classroom or homeschool? Give these links a look:


        Download your free GARDEN BOOK CHECKLIST here!

        Garden Books Editable Book Checklist


        Flower Calendar Connections

        Flower Identification Calendar Connections

        My daughter has been very interested in flowers lately so I created a Flower Identification Calendar Connections set! This set is very basic and just focuses in naming the flowers, thus no back page with information.  She was interested in learning names and seeing pretty flowers which is why I made it simple.

        She has enjoyed seeing which flower is next each day, simple summer learning for us!

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        I hide that little bucket of cards and give her the new one each day as a surprise and she puts in in our calendar.

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        The cards fit my particular pocket chart calendar.  I print my numbers on cardstock and laminate them before cutting them apart.


        We also still create smaller sets to go along with the small pocket charts found in the Target $1 section. Be sure to visit this post for a tutorial of how to sew your $1 pocket chart into a calendar!

        There is also a sheet included to be used in a Calendar Notebook if you are using those too!Calendar Connections  SMALL Flowers


        See some great flower books to go along here! I especially love Lola Plants a Garden which was new to us this year!

        Flower Books

        You can download these for FREE here!

        Scroll down and look for this graphic to find this set!

        Flower Calendar Cards

        Looking for more bird fun, here’s our Flower Pinterest board!

        Follow {1plus1plus1} Carisa’s board Flower Theme on Pinterest.

        You can use most of our Calendar Connections cards for any month!

        Calendar Connections Set 1

        Here are some fun SUMMER themes to choose from…

        Ocean Theme Calendar Conncections  Bug Theme Calendar Connections  Botany Theme Calendar Connections

        Free 4th of July Calendar Connections Cards ~ learn a new fact about the U.S.A every day  Pond Theme Calendar Connections  All About Birds Calendar Connections Printables  North American Backyard Birds Calendar Connections for K-2nd Grade

        Flower Nomenclature ~ Montessori Printables

        We have a new addition in our Montessori Printables collection!

        Flower Nomenclature Printables

        Our new FLOWER set is ready.  This set contains 30 different flowers! I am not a flower expert so if I got one wrong or misspelled, please let me know!  Here’s a peek at the cards…

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        Unfamiliar with Nomenclature cards, also called 3-Part cards? 

        Nomenclature cards are a Montessori based idea. The word Nomenclature comes from the Latin “nomenclatura” which means assigning of names to things. Nomenclature cards are also called “3 part cards” for obvious reasons!

        Here’s a couple of articles sharing more about the what, why, and how!

        Download your FREE Flowers Nomenclature Cards here!

        Flower Nomenclature Printables Montessori

        The sets available are listed in alphabetical order, look for the words “Flowers” and click!

        See more Montessori ideas on our Pinterest board!

        Follow {1plus1plus1} Carisa’s board Montessori on Pinterest.

        Looking for more Flower and Plant fun?

        Garden and Plants Theme Collection Flower Books Botany Theme Calendar Connections

        Follow {1plus1plus1} Carisa’s board Garden Theme on Pinterest.

        Garden & Plants Theme

        Garden and Plants Theme Collection

        Botany Calendar Connections

        Calendar Connections Botany

        Let’s Explore Botany Bundle {$1.50 in Teacher’s Notebook Shop}Let's Explore Botany Button

        Flowers & Plants Lapbook

        This is a lapbook we made years ago, I apologize if any of the links to other sources are no longer active.  Much of it was created from printables found online at the time!

        Label the Flower Printable

        Garden Preschool Pack {from Homeschool Creations}

        Garden Preschool Pack Button copy

        Tot School Printables: L is for Leaf

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        Letter Crafts from Totally Tots

        V is for Vegetables, d is for daisy

        V is for Vegetables d for daisy craft

        Mini Flower Quiches {from Totally Tots}

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        Flowers & Plants Books…


        Are you on Pinterest?


        You can check out my Garden/Plant Finds here!

        Looking for More?

        Use my top navigation bar, “Printables by Theme” and hover over so the themes pop out to the right and you can jump directly to the theme collection you want!Theme Posts from 1plus1plus1equals1