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Vegetables
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artichoke

artichoke

An artichoke is a green, spiny vegetable.


broccoli

Broccoli is a green vegetable.


carrot

A carrot is an orange vegetable that grows underground.


cauliflower

Cauliflower is a white vegetable; it is related to broccoli.


celery

Celery is a crisp, green vegetable.


corn

Corn is a yellow vegetable you can eat on its cob. Corn was grown by Native Anericans for thousands of years before the Europeans settled in North America.


cucumber

Cucumber is a cool, crisp vegetable that is good in salad.


eggplant

An eggplant is a purple vegetable.


lettuce

Lettuce is a leafy vegetable that is good in salads.


mushroom

Mushrooms are fast-growing, and grow in dark, damp places.


onion

Onions are sharp tasting vegetables.


pea pod

Peas grow in pea pods.


peas

Peas are small, round vegetables.


pepper

A pepper is a sharp-tasting, hollow vegetable. Peppers can be red, green, yellow, and orange.


pickle

A pickle is a cucumber that is preserved in brine.


potato

Potatoes are starchy vegetables that grow underground.


pumpkin

The pumpkin is a large, orange vegetable that grows on a vine.


radish

A radish is a sharp-tasting vegetable that grows underground.


squash

Squash grows on vines.


yam

Yams are sweet vegetables that grow underground.


zucchini

Zucchini is a type of squash.

Label Me! Printouts on Vegetables:
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Vegetables in English

Label the peas, potato, celery, carrot, pumpkin, onion, cucumber, corn, broccoli, mushroom, and tomato in English.
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Vegetables in French

Label the peas, potato, celery, carrot, pumpkin, onion, cucumber, corn, broccoli, mushroom, and tomato in French.
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Vegetables in German

Label the peas, potato, celery, carrot, pumpkin, onion, cucumber, corn, broccoli, mushroom, and tomato in German.
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Vegetables in Italian

Label the peas, potato, celery, carrot, pumpkin, onion, cucumber, corn, broccoli, mushroom, and tomato in Italian.
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Vegetables in Spanish

Label the peas, potato, celery, carrot, pumpkin, onion, cucumber, corn, broccoli, mushroom, and tomato in Spanish.
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Vegetables in Swedish

Label the peas, potato, celery, carrot, pumpkin, onion, cucumber, corn, broccoli, mushroom, and tomato in Swedish.
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Note: Technically, plant structures that contain the seeds (like cucumbers, eggplant, tomatoes, peppers, pumpkins, squash, and zucchini) are considered fruit, but in everyday English they are often called vegetables.




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