Explore the fun and exciting connection between eating fruits and veggies and building a strong, healthy body!
At Healthy Little Eaters we complete the missing piece of the puzzle, we don’t just teach that vegetables are healthy– we teach children why and in a way they understand.
Healthy Little Eaters is a fun and powerful educational game that quickly and easily enables children to make the connection between eating fruits and vegetables and building a strong, SUPERHERO like body. Even the fussiest of eaters can't help but try out more veggies when they discover the amazing ways foods help and look like parts of their body.
Healthy Little Eaters includes 24 bright, colourful, durable playing cards and a giant floor puzzle! Perfect for ages 3-10.
EAT, PLAY AND LEARN AT THE SAME TIME.
HOW TO PLAY
Match colour coded borders!
Children learn by simply matching together 24 colour coded playing cards. Match the dark green cards to discover that broccoli is great for your brain!
Make the giant floor puzzle!
Flip the matching cards over to make a giant floor puzzle. A puzzle that shows kids how fruits and veggies look like their body parts. Perfect for fussy eaters and visual learning. It's so much fun!
Play the memory game!
To consolidate learning, children love to turn this game into memory or 'go fish'. Simply place the cards face down - the puzzle side up, and take turns to match the healthy food with their correct body part. Player with the most matches wins! See the matching pink and purple cards?
WHAT OUR CUSTOMERS LOVE most
Michelle - Mum
After playing the game, my daughter told me the whole evening which vegetables related to which body part. I am amazed she even tried raw broccoli. Thank you for getting her so enthusiastic about fruit and vegetables.
Canice Harridge -Mum
Thank you! We received our delivery today and I just played a round with my 6 year old and he loved it. He had a great time and I got a big kiss and a 'thanks mum'. Very happy little guy. Now he is talking about what veggies go with which body parts Xx
Julie Masko - Raw food coach
Healthy Little Eaters is the perfect fun way to get kids to learn about healthy eating without them even knowing.I have seen kids play this game and then ask their parents for broccoli! This game really works!
Get The Healthy Little Eaters Game Today
Discover which healthy food connects to which body part by matching the colours of the borders. Match the dark green cards to discover why broccoli is great for your brain!
Each food and body part has a match - totalling 24 educational (but really fun) playing cards!
Flip the cards over to make a giant floor puzzle! Kids love this!
WHAT THE EXPERTS ARE SAYING
This game is an absolute must!
The Healthy Little Eaters game is a brilliant resource to support parents to raise kids who understand the importance of real food and enjoy eating it.
If you want to engage and support your kids to love eating a wide variety of wholefoods, or if you have a selective eater in your family, this game is an absolute must
Georgia Harding - Well Nourished
This game is genius!
As a Clinical Nutritionist and mother of 2 young children, I see first-hand the battle that eating veggies can be for most households (mine included!) Gone are the days when we can get away with ‘eat your broccoli because it’s good for you’ – kids are SO smart and they want to know why they should eat their vegetables.
So what's the solution? The Healthy Little Eaters Game!
The animations are delightful, the nutritional information is entertainingly-educational and the game is so much fun! It is an absolute favourite in our household and I have seen first-hand the success of this game for many Aussie children.
The Healthy Little Eaters Game is exactly what you’ve been looking for.
The Travelling Nutritionist Australia
A fantastic way to help children learn the value and benefit of the things they eat.
How many times were you told as a child that carrots would help you see in the dark? Do you remember wanting to know what other foods could help you to have superpowers?
In this fantastic game, each fruit or vegetable is cleverly associated with its corresponding health benefit using the metaphor of a 'superpower', in order to deliver the learnings to the child in a fun, engaging and non-confronting way'.
Ian Mason - Founder of Rainbow Bridge Education