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V is for Veggie Chip Bingo | Cooking The Alphabet | Cooking With Kids | Toddler Food Activity

Hi, I’m Amber, and I’m cooking the alphabet with my two toddlers!

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Today's recipe is actually an activity: we're doing V is for Veggie Chip Bingo!


I created a simple bingo card using some of the foods we've cooked during Cooking The Alphabet to play with, which you can download below!


We used veggie chips as our bingo spot markers.


What you need:

  1. Bingo sheet (download below)

  2. Bowl of veggie chips

Two toddlers juicing fruit.
Explaining the rules of Veggie Chip bingo!





Getting The Kids "Cooking":

  • We kept it very simple. I called out a food from the sheet and they placed their veggie chip on each food.

  • If your kiddo is older, you could make it more complex by describing the food, ex."It's an long, thin orange veggie" and having them try to correctly guess which food to place their chip on.


They really enjoyed this activity, and I was pleasantly surprised at how well my then 18-month-old did at recognizing each food!





You can download the Baby Eats The Alphabet bingo sheet here:

Baby Eats The Alphabet Bingo
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Download PDF • 2.95MB

Remember to take photos of your little chef along the way!


Now that the kids had fun, it's mama's turn!

Let's assemble the V page in our Baby Eats The Alphabet Recipe Book!


What you need:

Of course, we recommend purchasing a Baby Eats The Alphabet kit, which will have everything you need to create your recipe book keepsake (except the photos of your little ones), but honestly, the point is to create a beautiful book of your memories - which you can with: printed photos, paper (we recommend paper at least 8.5" x 8.5" so you can fit a photo plus the recipe!), double-sided tape, any fun embellishments you want like stickers, washi tape, or photo protectors, and something to hold your pages, like binder or scrapbook!


Write your recipe:

Use a small piece of paper to write down the recipe you used, or in this case, the game you played!


Pick your photos and lay everything out:

Before applying any tape, I recommend you lay out all of your elements to make sure everything fits and you like how it looks. Once you're happy with it, tape everything down, starting with the bottom layer first! And here's how mine turned out:


I would love to see what you decided to cook and create for V is for Veggie Chip! Please tag me in your creations @BabyEatsTheAlphabet!
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