Free Printable: Fruit & Veggie Stickers + Chart

What's been on my mind lately:  getting a toddler to eat new foods....or foods that he once ate and loved, but suddenly and inexplicably will not touch anymore.  I was so proud of my son (ok, proud of myself) for his varied diet that included lots of fruits and vegetables. And then, for no apparent reason, he stopped eating them. Even the yummy ones---like strawberries. (He gets plenty via smoothies, fruit leather, squeezable fruit, and veggies mixed into things.) But he recently has been VERY into stickers, so I thought I'd try to use that to my advantage and promise him a sticker for each new food he tries.

I haven't tried this yet---so I can't vouch for its effectiveness in getting a little one to eat fruits and veggies.  But I've heard of many other uses of sticker charts, so I thought I'd make one and share it with the world.

Click here to download the PDF.



Print the chart page on regular paper, and print the sticker page on full-sheet labels. I designed this so that you can use a 1-inch circle punch to cut out each sticker, but you can also use scissors or a paper cutter.

Let me know if you use this, and how it works for you!

jowdjbrown  – (June 4, 2015 at 12:42 AM)  

But he recently has been VERY into stickers, so I thought I'd try to use that to my advantage and promise him a sticker for each new food he tries. ​Minnie mouse wall stickers

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