Instructional sheets (6-9y) - Upper Primary School - Louis Bonduelle Foundation
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Here you'll find three instructional sheets for lower, middle and upper primary school classes. ...

Here you'll find three instructional sheets for lower, middle and upper primary school classes.

These sheets offer a general introduction to diet aimed at children, including the principles of a balanced diet and some very simple nutritional concepts for the older children.

Use them to your heart's content!

For more educational games and kits :
http://www.fondation-louisbonduelle.org/france/en/know-your-vegetables/educational-kits/1.html

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Instructional sheets (6-9y) - Upper Primary School - Louis Bonduelle Foundation Document Transcript

  • 1. Upper primary schoolYou eat properly so you can grow and enjoy good health1- What’s it good for?1- For vitamins C, A, B9 : Fruit and vegetables2- For muscles (proteins and iron) : Meat, fish, eggs3- For bone growth : Milk and cheese4- For brain and nerve growth : Plant and fish oils5- For energy between meals : Cereals, bread, pulses6- For fun : Sweets, sugar and honeyPut these foods into their correct group: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 or 6 Oil/vinegarGrated carrot Yoghurt dressingMashed carrot Fish fillet ChocolateCereals Lentils Apple2- You should eat fruit and vegetables often.Put a cross next to what they give your body. Healthy intestines Vitamins Minerals Proteins Fats Dietary fibre Magnesium Iron3- Vitamin C or AColour in red the foods that contain vitamin A and in green those that contain vitamin C. Peppers White cabbage Spinach Tomato Carrot Broccoli Pumpkin
  • 2. 4 - Invent a colourful recipe using vegetables you like.5 - RecipesTick the vegetables that appear in famous recipes : Zucchini, Potato, Chickpeas, Leek, Carrot,Peppers, Tomato. ‡ Ratatouille : ‡ 6KHSKHUG·V SLH  ‡ Beef stew : ‡ &RXVFRXV  ‡ %UDLVHG EHHI  ‡ +RW FKLOOL VDXFH  ‡ 3L]]D 6- Circle the balanced meals. Grated carrot – veal and mash – fruit flan Radish with butter – fish in breadcrumbs with green beans – strawberry tart Tomato and mozzarella – chicken and chips – apple purée Watercress soup – boiled egg and soldiers – salad – fromage frais and fruit sauc