Cheesy lessons

4th March 2005 at 00:00
Pupils at key stage 2 will understand a lot more about what's in their sandwiches if they get hold of the Choose Cheese geography pack. It supplements existing cheese packs concerned with science and design and technology. Here the scenario is to help set up a cheese-making farm in the UK. There are 10 lesson plans and a generous set of photocopiable worksheets. Children can interpret graphs, search maps for information about rainfall, relief and temperature, calculate distances and take part in surveys. Choose Cheese (and the other packs) can be ordered from Esther Jones at: Email: enquiries@magentaonline.co.uk www.britishcheese.com

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