Where Food Comes From and Seasonality Lesson Teaching Pack

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This teaching pack will teach your class about what seasonality is and when certain fruits, vegetables, fish and meat are in season. The pack will also inform your students about where and how food is grown, reared, caught and processed in both the UK and abroad. The pack contains a task setting power point, cheese and milk making ordering activities, creating a seasonality calendar activity and teacher notes.
Where Food Comes From and Seasonality Lesson Teaching Pack contains:
  • Ordering Activity The Story of Milk [PDF]
  • Ordering Activity A Cheesy Story [PDF]
  • Display Poster British Food Map [PDF]
  • Activity Seasonality Calendar [PDF]
  • PowerPoint Where Food Comes from and Seasonality [PPT]

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