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Sprout: My little a-z of food growing facts. With the enduring popularity of Crunch, Sprout focuses on a whole new collection of facts on how the food we eat is grown.
Like Crunch, it's arranged alphabetically, and readers are guided from page to page by ‘Bumble’ our slightly naughty but clever little bumblebee! Food growing and preparation challenges and answers to questions throughout the book are provided at the back.
Why Farming Matters is a teaching resource containing a wealth of activity ideas for Key Stage 2 classes. Teachers can select individual activities or deliver them all as part of a topic on food and farming.
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Follow Toby on his latest trip to the farm. Who is the strangely dressed Mr Bumble and what is all that buzzing that Toby can hear? And why does the answer involve eating a fantastic natural product?
Toby is back on the farm and spots a strange-looking bee. Follow Toby as he learns about wild bees, where they live and their role in pollinating wildflowers.
Suitable for use in individual lessons or as a one day event for a whole year group
Food for Thought introduces young people to the complex web of relationships and the variety of business decisions that combine to create a new food product.
Working in teams, pupils take on the role of buyers, suppliers, marketing and technologists, and together they follow the product development process from farm to supermarket shelf.
The Food for Thought activity is a stimulation exercise, providing a condensed look at the learning and decision-making involved in the development of a new food product. The exercise gives students the opportunity to develop their understanding of:
The activity also gives the students the opportunity to apply skills and develop knowledge in real life situation.
Areas of the curriculum covered include:
Design and technology:
What is in the activity pack?