Over 45 recipe cards suitable for KS3 & KS4 students. Ranging from simple beginner recipes such as a fruit salad, pasta salad and flapjack, berry crumble bars, stir fry & pasta sauce to more advanced recipes like swiss roll, lemon cheesecake, spanish chicken, Shepher’d pie, thai curry, Lasagne and apple pies.
This pack includes a combination of both sweet and savoury recipes with an ingredients and equipment list and key nutrients identified.
These recipes have been tried and tested with my students. My students love using them and are able to work far more indepedently. The recipes have been broken down into simple steps in child friendly language with key tips and hygiene and safety reminders etc. There also suggestions on ways to adapt the recipes and cooking and serving suggestions.
I have attached it as a pdf file and also as a publisher file making it easy for you to adapt any recipes for your students. I would recommend printing the recipes off in colour and laminating. A company recently contacted me selling a very similar resource, but their price was around £150!! So for under £10 these recipe cards are a real bargain.
Please note: The food pictures on the recipe cards are for illustration purposes and are not my own.
Worksheet and fact sheets exploring how food plays a vital role within certain cultures, religions and traditions. Focusing on Diwali, Thanks Giving, Eid, Passover.
Fact sheets could be displayed around the classroom as part of a fact finding task or used within small groups.
A booklet that could be used with Y7 & 8 to introduce them to Food & Nutrition. Covers a range of topics including hygiene and safety, nutrition, dish evaluations, equipment, costs, healthy breakfasts
This student work booklet includes worksheets on the following…
Food hygiene and safety
Nutrients and healthy eating
Food and culture
Teenagers dietary needs and meal planning
Quiz Quiz Trade Question Cards – Use as a starter or revision activity.
Cut up the cards. Each student has a card, they move around the classroom and take turns to ask each other the question on their card. They then swap and speak to someone else and so on, until they have swapped their cards numerous times.
By saying/ hearing the question twice this helps the students to remember the key facts. It is also a good way to encourage the students to interact which each other and develop communication skills.
Quiz Quiz Trade – Use as a starter or revision activity.
Cut up the cards. Each student has a card, they move around the classroom and take turns to ask each other the question on their card. They then swap and speak to someone else and so on, until they have swapped the cards numerous times.
These question cards are all focused on the types of play and the benefits of play to a child’s development. Can be used when teaching about the types of play or as revision activity.