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Vegetable quiz

Quiz by Kathy Craig

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  • Q1
    Which of these sentences is true?
    There are six different vegetable subgroups.
    Carrots and corn are part of the same vegetable subgroup.
    You should eat at least five different kinds of vegetables every day.
    You should make half your plate fruits and vegetables.
  • Q2
    How many cups of vegetables does a ten year old boy need each day?
    two and a half
    one and a half
  • Q3
    Which of these is NOT part of the dark green vegetable group?
    green peas
    Romain lettuce
  • Q4
    Which of these is one serving of vegetables?
    1 cup of raw spinach leaves
    1 cup of cauliflower flowerets
    1 medium carrot
    1 half cup of tomato juce
  • Q5
    Why is it important to get plenty of fiber in your diet?
    Fiber helps to build strong bones.
    Fiber helps your digestive system to run smoothly.
    Fiber helps your brain to stay sharp and alert.
    Fiber is good for your eyes.

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