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Teachers' Guide

This is the main guide for Food and farming for children aged 5-8 years.

Key Fact 1

All food comes from plants or animals.

Key Fact 2

Food has to be farmed, caught or grown at home.

Key Fact 3

Food is changed from farm to fork.

Cool creations

Non-cook recipes for the primary school classroom.

Videos: Cool creations

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

Hot and happening

Recipes that involve the use of the grill or hob.

Videos: Hot and happening

See how to cook delicious hot meals.

Brilliant baking

Baking recipe for the primary classroom.

Videos: Brilliant baking

See how to bake a range of recipes.

Plant or animal?

Do you know which food comes from a plant and which food comes from an animal?

Where do my meals come from? (5-8 years)

Do you know where the food in your meals comes from?

From farm to fork!

This board game is designed to help children understand where their food comes from.

Farm to fork challenge (5-8 years)

Do you know what happens to your food from the farm to your fork?

Videos: Farming

See how crops and animals are farmed in the UK.

Crunchy Winter salad

Crunchy Winter salad

First, get the equipment ready.

Next, get the ingredients. 

Cut the core from the red cabbage and separate the leaves.

Next, make your fingers into a claw and shred the cabbage, using your fingers as a guide.

Arrange the strips around the edge of the dish. 

Next, cut away the top and bottom of the carrots, peel and grate. Place the grated carrot into the centre of the dish.

Cut away the top and bottom of the radishes and cut them into quarters, using the bridge hold.  Arrange these on top of the carrot.

Cut the apples into quarters. Carefully slice away the core, and then cut into chunks. Arrange the apple chunks over the salad.

Then, sprinkle over the sweetcorn and sultanas to make the salad look attractive.

Finally, drizzle over the dressing.

Juices

In this demonstration you will see two fruit and vegetable juices being made. You can use lots of different types of fruit and vegetables.

Plum-berry layered dessert

In this demonstration you will see a yogurt dessert being made. You can use different types of fruit and yogurt.

Mackerel Dip

In this demonstration you will see a dip from mackerel being made. Mackerel is a type of oily fish.

Crunchy Winter salad

In this demonstration you will see a winter salad being made. This salad uses fruits and vegetables which are available in the winter months.