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Search and Find – Food Edition

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A fun, search and find counting activity

Students locate and count various foods in the picture provided. To add an academic element, have students say or write math expressions or comparisons with the numbers they counted, e.g., How many more bananas are there than lemons? There are 3 more bananas than lemons.

This activity also works well when used as a fun brain break! Simply project the image up on the board and see how quickly students can find the items. We even have a Google slide for students to use virtually.

A black and white version is provided should the students prefer to color in the scene themselves.

Use the drop-down menu to choose between the PDF or Google Slide versions.

  Common Core Curriculum alignment

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