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This is a presentation about food for students of 6th level of Primary Education

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    • FOOD A presentation for 6 th level of Primary Education / Colegio Santo Ángel Teacher: Manuel J. Hermosín Mojeda
    • FOOD FOR LIFE
      • All living things need food and water.
      • Green plants make food in their leaves.
      • But animals must find their own food.
    • GREEN PLANTS AND PLANT- EATERS
      • Green plants can make their own food from minerals and water in the ground.
      • Plant-eaters eat plants to live.
    • Meat-eaters
      • Most meat-eaters kill other animals.
      • Some find dead animals and eat them.
    • FOOD CHAIN
      • All animals, not just the plant-eaters, depend on plants for food:
        • Plants make their own food,
        • caterpillars eat plants,
        • frogs eat caterpillars,
        • snakes eat frogs and
        • owls eat snakes.
    • Food for energy
      • Running around and playing games is fun, but you need lots of energy to do this all day.
      • A car cannot go if it has no fuel.
      • It is the same for you, but your fuel is special:
        • Potatoes, pasta, rice, cereals and fruit.
    • Body-building food
      • Fish meat, eggs, milk, cheese, cereals, beans and nuts are examples of food that help you grow.
      • They also help your body to get better if you hurt yourself or if you have been ill.
    • FRUIT AND VEGETABLES
      • How many kinds of fruit and vegetables do you like?
      • Some like bananas and sweet potatoes grow in warm countries.
      • Other, like apples and and carrots, grow in cooler countries
    • Fruit and vegetables for a healthy life
      • A lot of fruits are brightly coloured and smell delicious. This is why so many birds and animals like them.
      • A few vegetables, like potatoes, must be cooked before they are eaten.
      • As well as having a good flavour, fruit and vegetables are packed with vitamins, which keep our bodies healthy.
    • Bread: one of the oldest foods in the world.
      • A long time ago people discovered how to make bread.
      • First they collected a lot of grass seeds and from these made flour.
      • Then the flour was mixed with water and baked on a very hot stone.
    • Bread
      • Today many different kinds of grass seeds, or cereals, are used to make bread.
      • Because it is valuable for health, bread is one of the most important foods.
      • It comes in many shapes and sizes.
      • Bread makes an easy snack.
    • Pasta: Popular food from Italy
      • It came from Italy, but now you can find it all over the world.
      • It comes in different shapes, sizes and colours.
      • Pasta is made from wheat flour, eggs and water.
      • It tastes good when it is eaten with a delicious sauce.
    • Food from the sea
      • More than two-thirds of the Earth's surface is covered by the sea.
      • It is home to enormous numbers of living creatures.
      • Many of these are caught and eaten by other sea creatures.
      • Fishermen also catch some of this seafood for the world's fishmarkets.
    • Food from the sea
      • People who live near the coast may eat fish and other seafood once o twice a week.
      • Large numbers of plants also live in the sea.
      • Many of these are collected and made into delicious meals.
    • Food from the sea
      • In Great Britain, fish and chips is a favourite meal.
      • In Spain 'pescaito frito' is a very popular meal in the South.
      • Fish may be cooked in many different ways.
    • Preserving food
      • Food does not stay fresh for long.
      • It goes bad quickly in warm weather.
      • There are many ways to preserve it.
    • Preserving food
      • Smoke preserves meat and fish.
      • When food is dried it does not go bad easily.
      • Chemists have found a way of preserving food by adding chemicals to it.
    • Preserving food
      • Different food can be preserved in closed cans without air.
      • Spices can keep sausages fresh and good to eat for a long time.
      • Salt helps to preserve meat and fish.