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  • good resources for healthy eating games and our shopping bag game.

    , 3 days ago
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  • As part of our Healthy lifestyles day - Afternoon activity after discussing what being healthy means. Will let children sort the food pics onto paper plates. Many thanks!

    , Jun 4th
  • preschool

    , Jan 11th
  • It's a nice set of pictures to introduce/revise some food vocabulary: healthy food /unhealthy food/ buying food/asking for food/ childrens' likes and dislikes in this area. Different dishes can be also composed by children- instead of frequently used and time-consuming drawings they can just cut out some ready-made pictures.

    , Oct 6th
  • Healthy eating debate

    , Oct 6th
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    , Sep 18th
  • For a healthy eating discussion with a reception class. Great resource - Thanks!

    , Jul 1st
    • Hi teacherN,
      You're very welcome! Thank you for commenting :)

      , Jul 1st
  • small group time

    , Jun 16th
    • Hi TheCommons,
      Thank you for sharing! :)

      , Jun 16th
  • for our healthy eating week

    , Jun 5th
  • healthy eating discussion with pre-schoolers

    , Jun 5th
    • Hi there! Sounds like a great use for these resources, kokorosalie! Thank you for your comment!

      , Jun 5th
  • Cooking Lesson

    , Jun 5th
  • Healthy eating display

    , May 2nd
  • group activity and discussion

    , Apr 19th
  • Junior classroom health activity

    , Mar 19th
  • Laminate for an interactive display

    , Jan 8th
  • brilliant

    , Jul 28th
We think getting a healthy, balanced diet is really important. Try using this resource to help your children get familiar with the different food groups and which ones they should eat a lot of, which they should eat some of, and which they should only eat a little of. The resource features three plates and a selection of different cut-out foods for your children to sort onto according to how often they think they should eat it.
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