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KS2 Healthy Me bundle

KS2 Healthy Me bundle

A collection of KS2 resources that can be used as part of a healthy me topic. Please leave me a review and I will send you any other resource of your choice for free (contact me: office@oceansproject.com). Check out my other resources at my shop: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/sarah277 Let me know if you have any resource requests and I will tailor make a resource for you.

By sarah277

KS1 Food (Changes within Living Memory) Bundle

KS1 Food (Changes within Living Memory) Bundle

A collection of food themed resources that can be used as part of a KS1 unit on changes within living memory. Includes food origins, seasonal foods, treats, WW2 rationing, cooking, recipes, and shopping. Please leave me a review and I will send you any other resource of your choice for free (contact me: office@oceansproject.com). Check out my other resources at my shop: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/sarah277 Let me know if you have any resource requests and I will tailor make a resource for you.

By sarah277

Eat your Fruits and Vegetables FREE poster

Eat your Fruits and Vegetables FREE poster

About This Product: Eat your fruits and vegetables free poster Includes 1 free A3 poster using our own clipart images. Year Level: any Resource Type: PDF Number of Pieces: 1 Size: 1.26Mb                                             Terms of Use: © Copyright 2016 TeachEzy @ teachezy.com. All rights reserved by author. This product is to be used by the original purchaser only. Copying for more than one teacher or classroom, or for an entire department, school, or school system is prohibited. This product may not be distributed for public view, uploaded to school or district websites, distributed via email, or submitted to file sharing sites such as Amazon Inspire. Failure to comply is a copyright infringement and a violation of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA). Intended for single classroom and personal use only.

By TeachEzy

How to create healthy lunchboxes

How to create healthy lunchboxes

This lesson plan aims to give children in early Key Stage 2 (year 3 and 4) an insight into the different categories of food and drink and what benefits they can bring to their bodies as they develop and start to think about what they want to be when they're older. The lesson has been developed by Kyri Shiamtanis, a registered dietitian and accredited sports nutritionist. The lesson will teach children: - The nutritional benefits of different food and drink and why some should and shouldn't be included in their lunchbox at school - How to create a balanced meal, following the understanding of what each food group should achieve - How eating the right food and drink can help support future career choices no matter what they may be The lesson includes interactive activity with cut outs of the Eatwell Guide from Public Health England.

By TetraPakUK

Vegetable Soup - Life Skills - Visual Recipe and supplementary resources.

Vegetable Soup - Life Skills - Visual Recipe and supplementary resources.

Vegetable Soup: This resource has a notebook and a worksheet. The notebook is designed for the students to use it as a visual sequence when cooking. They have all the ingredients and utensils needed and then an easy to follow recipe. It has an inbuilt shopping activity so that the cooking can be integrated into a shopping program. Within the shopping part which encourages literacy skills, students can choose what they will buy and then make their own shopping list by either writing it or sticking the associated visual onto their shopping list. There are also some integrated literacy skills to match the ingredients as well as some writing sheets. It was created for students with special needs (SEN) for teaching life skills but can be used as a valuable resource for early years literacy.

By pearp

We’re making soup - An interactive food song for early years’ learners (0-5 year olds)

We’re making soup - An interactive food song for early years’ learners (0-5 year olds)

At last! Musicbuds is here offering an exceptional range of original and well-crafted resources underpinning common musical objectives whilst focused on prominent EYFS themes. Aimed at all Early Years’ practitioners from class teachers, music specialists, teaching assistants, playgroup leaders to EAL and SEND support teachers. This song can be used to help children to identify and name common vegetables from their own part of the world; to support children learning how to take turns; to support a topic on Healthy Eating/Food/Harvest/Cooking or as part of a story book topic such as The Enormous Turnip or Pumpkin Soup. The rhythmical interjections encourage the children to add their intuitive actions to the song at appropriate moments. Can be used as a stand-alone item or as Song 3 in our 30-minute music and movement session. Each song includes: 1) A comprehensive lesson plan -highlighting EYFS and Music objectives covered -directions on classroom management -recommended list of props/visual aids -ideas for Extended learning  -inclusive planning for children with EAL/SEND profiles -different ways to deliver the material from Music/EYFS perspectives -formatted to allow easy cut-and-paste options into planning documents 2) Audio tracks - vocal & backing 3) Sheet music - for piano & guitar 4) Lyrics  -teachers’ lyrics with directions for classroom management  -children’s lyrics suitable for a Songbook

By Musicbuds

Table Manners Scavenger Hunt - An Activity

Table Manners Scavenger Hunt - An Activity

Table Manners Scavenger Hunt This scavenger hunt introduces to all kids an understanding about the table manners which are required learn as a part of our routing activity of taking the food. There are 12 scavenger hunt cards with colorful pictures. It’s a great tool for to review table manners and vocabulary on it. Preview images may have reduced picture quality due to jpeg file. But original .pdf file contains clear and colorful images. Directions to use ‘Table Manners Scavenger Hunt’ 1. Print the given all 12 cards on a card stock or any other good paper and cut them along the black line. 2. Get the print of Scavenger Hunt questions pages and each student should be given this copy. 3. Place printed Scavenger Hunt cards around the classroom. For example you can place it on chair, on table, on benches, behind the classroom doors, besides the computer or wherever you like. 4. Students have to search the cards in a classroom in order to find out the answers of the questions. Students can complete this exercise in a group with classmate or alone. You will find lots more in my store, including math, science, ELA, activities/craftivities, special education, interactive activities, and more!

By ilaxippatel