Growing food is fun!
WWF’s dedicated Plant2Plate resources focuses on what can be done to produce and consume food in a sustainable way that is less harmful to our shared planet and healthier for us. You can also download the new 'Growth' activity pack; a one-stop shop to support you during British Science Week that you can use it all year! Feel free to adapt or extend the activities to suit your pupils’ needs or the curriculum you are delivering.
Activities to support British Science Week
The theme this year for British Science Week is ‘Growth’ and the new activity pack introduces the theme to pupils in a fun, imaginative way. It includes activities that promote cross-curricular learning and break down the stereotypes surrounding science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM). You can adapt or extend the activities to suit your pupils’ needs or the curriculum you are delivering.
- Primary Activity Pack
- Primary Activity Sheet - to support Planet Friendly Burger activity, page 37
- Secondary Activity Pack
- Secondary Activity Sheet - to support Designing Your Eco-Farm activity, page 30
Classroom resources and activities
Our resources and activities have been designed to support the National Curriculum in the UK and can be used both in the classroom or in a home learning environment. They've been developed for pupils aged between 5 - 11 years and help introduce pupils to the issues of food and sustainability and encourages pupils to reflect on the active role that they can play in the global community. All of our food and growing resources are free to download and can be accessed via the links below.
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