Match and learn: fruits and vegetables (difficult)
Avocado: Avocado is often mistaken for a vegetable because we eat it like a salad vegetable, but it is actually a fruit. They are a good source of essential fats (the good ones).
Banana: Bananas are a great source of energy and contain lots of vitamins and minerals, like potassium, which is important to help cells, nerves and muscles in your body to work properly.
Beetroot: Beetroot is the root of the beet plant - which explains its name! Raw beetroot is best for you and great for grating - peel it first. Try it in a salad or sandwich.
Butternut squash: Butternut squash can be roasted, pureed or mashed. It is a good source of beta-carotene, which gives the flesh its bright orange colour.
Garlic: Did you know garlic can help keep mosquitoes away? And yes, garlic can make your breath smell a bit... garlicky! Use one or two cloves to add loads of extra flavour to a food.
Grapes: Green grapes are also called white grapes and are dried to make sultanas. Purple ones can be called black grapes and are dried to make raisins.
Green beans: French beans, runner beans, string beans and haricots verts are all types of green bean. They are a good source of fibre, which helps keep your tummy healthy.
Kiwi fruit: It's one of the only fruits to be green when it is ripe. One fruit contains all the vitamin C you need for a whole day. Vitamin C helps your body to heal cuts and to fight colds.
Mushroom: Although mushrooms are not fruits or vegetables they still count as one of your 5 A DAY. They are a good source of B vitamins, which helps to release energy in your body.
Pineapple: It was given its name because early explorers thought it looked like a pinecone. They contain loads of vitamin C that helps keep your skin healthy.
Sweet potato: Sweet potatoes are sweeter than ordinary potatoes. They contain plenty of fibre that helps move food through your body – helping you to go to the toilet regularly.
Watermelon: Watermelons grow along the ground and they can be enormous. They contain lots of water and are really, really refreshing! They are high in vitamin C and beta-carotene.
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