Geography: Let's Go to China: Fabulous Farming Year 2 Lesson Pack 6

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  • This is great to show contrasting types of farming around the world but can we have something that shows different types of farming in the UK, where it occurs etc.

    , Feb 20th
    • Hi GeographyTim,

      Thank you for your comment on the Twinkl website.

      Before I ask our teacher team about this for you, I was wondering if you could provide a few more details about the resource you're looking for? Can you give me some details about the types of farming and related locations that you would like to see?

      I hope you have a lovely day! : )

      , Feb 20th
    • This is something I would also find useful. It would be great to have something showing how common food crops are grown and harvested/processed in the UK - perhaps either cereal for bread or potatoes. This would help KS1 children to compare and contrast farming in the UK with farming in China.

      , Jan 17th
    • Good evening lizchown,
      Thank you very much for commenting! It's great to hear from you :) I will just check to see if this was created or not and we'll be back in touch shortly :)

      , Jan 17th
    • Hi there,
      I have just checked and the resource you have requested hasn't already been made, however I have just sent a request to our lovely design team to ask them if they are able to make something for you :)

      , Jan 17th
    • Hi, was this resource made? As I would also find this really helpful. It will be helpful if children have some understanding of different types of farming in the UK and the types of foods/crops/
      materials which are farmed/harvested in order to make comparisons and contrasts to farming in China.

      Thanks x

      , Feb 13th
    • Hi sas256,
      That sounds like a fabulous idea! I will pass this over to our lovely teacher to team to see if this is something they can do :)

      , Feb 13th
    • 2nd Sas! It should show maps of the different farming regions of the UK. Which can be research in most children school atlases. Include Hill farming, Arable, Market and Pastoral farming to show differences. Activities linking types of crops/animals to type of farming, Colouring regional maps and the process of field to plate.

      It's half term so here comes the time to think about these things

      , Feb 13th
What different types of farming take place in China? This lesson looks at farming in China, focussing on Chinese biggest crop: the growing of rice. Children learn about the stages of rice growing and hold their very own Chinese Tea Ceremony after looking at tea as one of China's important crops! This Lesson Pack includes a detailed lesson plan, lesson presentation and a range of differentiated resources.
Geography: Let's Go to China: Fabulous Farming Year 2 Lesson Pack 6 contains:
  • Activity Sheet In the Rice Order/Thumbs.db
  • # Lesson Plan Fabulous Farming.pdf
  • # Lesson Presentation Fabulous Farming.ppt
  • # Success Criteria Grids Fabulous Farming.pdf
  • # Unit Overview.pdf
  • #PlanIt User Guide.pdf
  • Adult Guidance Sheet Time for Tea.pdf
  • Activity Sheet In the Rice Order/Activity Sheet In the Rice Order Black and White.pdf
  • Activity Sheet In the Rice Order/Activity Sheet In the Rice Order.pdf
  • Activity Sheet In the Rice Order/Activity Sheet In the Rice Order.doc
  • Activity Sheet In the Rice Order/Activity Sheet In the Rice Order Black and White.doc

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