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Instructional sheets (6-9y) - Middle 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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  • 1. Middle primary school classesYou eat properly so you can grow and enjoy good health1- Take a look at this table showing the different kinds of vegetables.1- Leaf vegetables : Spinach, lettuce2- Root vegetables : Carrot, turnip3- Tubers : Potato4- Bulb vegetables : Onion, leek5- Vegetables with seeds and pods : Peas, green beans6- Fruit vegetables : Tomato, melon, courgette7- Flower vegetables : Cauliflower, broccoli, artichokePut these foods into their correct group: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 or 6Cabbage Chickpeas EggplantSwede Artichoke GarlicWatercress Salsify Radish2- Good for meYou should eat fruit and vegetables often. Use a cross to mark those meals rich in vegetables. Ravioli Fish and mashed carrots Pasta with tomato sauce Steak with green beans Shepherd’s pie 4 seasons pizza (artichoke, Quiche with bacon and onion Chicken with ratatouille tomato, mushroom, peppers)3- Full of coloursSort the vegetables by colour.Peppers White cabbage Garden peas SpinachCarrot Broccoli Eggplant PumpkinZucchini Radish Mushrooms TomatoOnion Cucumber Swede Garlic
  • 2. 4 - Cooked or rawWhich of these foods is eaten raw and which are cooked (some can be eaten cooked or raw). Potato Beetroot Leek Spinach Lettuce Peppers Tomato Raw Cuit5 - M. LégumesUsing vegetables you like, draw a funny person.Zucchini, tomato, radish, spinach, eggplant, etc.6 - Circle the foods you can eat as much of as you want.Water Spinach Tomato Milk Meat SweetsChocolate Lettuce Potatoes Soft drink SoupApple tart Chips

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