Suggested HWB Experiences & Outcomes

  • I explore and discover where foods come from as I choose, prepare and taste different foods. HWB 0-35a

Suggested Learning Intentions

  • To begin to show an understanding of where our food comes from.

Suggested Success Criteria (I can...)

  • Describe which foods come from plants and which ones come from animals. HWB 0-35a
  • Identify some foods grown and harvested in Scotland at different times of the year. HWB 0-35a

Suggested Learning Experiences

The European Food Safety Authority has stated there is no evidence that food is a source of coronavirus (COVID-19) and it is very unlikely that it can be transmitted through the consumption of food. However good hygiene and correct preparation of food is always important, particularly in the context of classroom practical food activities. Current guidelines suggest food learning activities can resume in a classroom setting, with extra care being given to cleaning of hands, food, equipment and surfaces, as well as maintaining distancing. A practical food demonstration by teachers for example, would help to reduce contact and sharing of equipment with children still receiving the benefit of learning and tasting.
  • Visit a local farm to find out more about the food that is produced locally.  Click on this link to access the RHET website.
  • Examine foods which are available in Scotland at different times of the year.
  • Create a calendar of foods grown and harvested in Scotland at different times of the year.
  • Contrast and compare the range of local foods available at the  supermarket.
  • Sort and match foods to different types of shops that they might be bought from.
  • Match a food product to the animal or plant it comes from eg, eggs to chicken.
  • Investigate what food products could be found/made on a farm.
  • Produce a simple snack using foods grown locally or that are in season, with Red Pepper and Lentil Soup
  • Draw the process of farm to plate for some simple common foods eg, milk, eggs.
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