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Indian Food Display Photos - india, roleplay, geography, eating
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  • Please note that "curry" is a British word that is pretty meaningless to anyone from India!  Any chance of replacing it something more appropriate?

    , Nov 9th
    • Hey there,
      Thanks for commenting!
      I'm very sorry that this resource doesn't meet your needs.
      How can we amend it for you so that it is suitable for you to use?

      I look forward to your reply! :)

      , Nov 9th
  • I love this idea! Do you also have for other countries? I work at an international school and it would be nice to put an international "offer" in our role-play area "Cafe". Thanks in advance!

    , Oct 17th
  • For our multicultural week

    , Oct 20th
  • for an Indian restaurant to link in with learning based on The Runaway Chapati

    , May 3rd
Indian Food Display Photos

Indian Food Display Photos - This rather lovely set of of A4 display posters features some key images for this theme. Bright and eye-catching they're great for use in general display or as classroom enhancements, as well as for prompting discussions on Indian Food.
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  • Homepage » Key Stage 1 » Subjects » Science » Life Processes & Living Things » Nutrition » Food, Drink & Eating » Display
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  • Homepage » Key Stage 1 » Topics » Places » Around the World » Asia » India » Display
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