This game is all about eating a bit of each food group as part of a healthy balanced diet. Each player has a game card (the one with the food group on) and then the other cards (food cards and definitions) are put in a pile. Each player takes turns to pick a card and the winner is the one who fills up their game card.
A simple PowerPoint Presentation and differentiated worksheets to introduce the main food groups. The children can then use what they have learnt to explain the notion of a balanced diet.<br />I have uploaded the worksheets in Word format so they can be edited if needed.
<p>Powerpoint, for revision, starter, plenary. Images to describe the major stress theories from the textbook. Powerpoint Slide 1 = Swedish Sawmill Studies so either Johansson et al. (1978) or Frankenhaeuser (1975) Slide 2 = Riley (1981?) Slide 3 = Selye (1956) Slide 4 = Kielcolt-Glaser et al. (1984) SLide 5 = COhen et al. (1991) Slide 6 = Friedman and Rosenman (1974) Type A and Type B personality Slide 7= Holmes and Rahe (1976) SRRS SLide 8 = Kanner et al., (1981) Hassles and uplifts Slide 9 = Brady (1958) Stress in the workplace Slide 10 = MArmot et al (1997) Stressed civil servants study Slide 11 = Temoshok, (1987) Type C personality Slide 12 = Kobasa (1979, 1986) hardy and non-hardy personality</p>