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Teachers' Guide

This is the main guide for Cooking and food skills for children aged 5-8 years.

Key Fact 1

There is a variety of ingredients that can be used for cooking.

Key Fact 2

There are lots of different pieces of equipment used in cooking, some of which have special jobs.

Key Fact 3

There are a number of basic food skills which enable us to cook a variety of dishes.

Key Fact 4

It is important to store, prepare and cook food safely and hygienically.

Key Fact 5

When planning to cook, we need to consider the time of day, person and occasion.

Video downloads - Peel, chop and grate

See how to prepare fruit and vegetables safely.

Video downloads - Cool creations

See how to make some recipes that do not need any cooking!

Video downloads - Hot and happening

See how to cook delicious hot meals.

Video downloads - Brilliant baking

See how to bake a range of recipes.

Cool creations

Non-cook recipes for the primary school classroom.

Hot and happening

Recipes that involve the use of the grill or hob.

Brilliant baking

Baking recipes for the primary classroom.

Videos: Peel, chop and grate

See how to prepare fruit and vegetables safely.

Videos: Cool creations

See how to make some recipes that do not need any cooking!

Videos: Hot and happening

See how to cook delicious hot meals.

Videos: Brilliant baking

See how to bake a range of recipes.

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Conditions for use
1. Food - a fact of life videos may be used in schools only for presentations by teachers or self-study by pupils.
2. Food - a fact of life videos may be used for initial or inservice training, provided that due acknowledgement is given to the Foundation.
3. Food - a fact of life videos, i.e. the file and content (images and audio), are BNF copyright, and may not be used in any other publications or duplicated for distribution, without prior permission from the Foundation.

© British Nutrition Foundation 2007