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Growing Sequencing Activity

Growing Sequencing Activity

26/03/2009

Growing Sequencing Activity


Part of understanding your food is grasping the fact that all food is grown, born or made in some way before it reaches your plate.



These sequencing activities require children to work out how fruits and vegetables grow from a seed, cutting or root to harvest.


 
Sequencing Exercise How To Guide



There is an activity for each of the 12 star characters from the books, so one for each month if you wish. There are sequences of four and six items for different ages and abilities.

January - Parsnips
4 Items

Growing Parsnips Sorting Tiles

Growing Parsnips Template

Growing Parsnips Completed Sequence
6 Items

Growing Parsnips Sorting Tiles

Growing Parsnips Template

Growing Parsnips Completed Sequence
February - Cabbages
4 Items

Growing Cabbages Sorting Tiles

Growing Cabbages Template

Growing Cabbages Completed Sequence
6 Items

Growing Cabbages Sorting Tiles

Growing Cabbages Template

Growing Cabbages Completed Sequence
March - Leeks
4 Items

Growing Leeks Sorting Tiles

Growing Leeks Template

Growing Leeks Completed Sequence
6 Items

Growing Leeks Sorting Tiles

Growing Leeks Template

Growing Leeks Completed Sequence
April - Rhubarb
4 Items

Growing Rhubarb Sorting Tiles

Growing Rhubarb Template

Growing Rhubarb Completed Sequence
6 Items

Growing Rhubarb Sorting Tiles

Growing Rhubarb Template

Growing Rhubarb Completed Sequence
May - Lettuce
4 Items

Growing Lettuce Sorting Tiles

Growing Lettuce Template

Growing Lettuce Completed Sequence
6 Items

Growing Lettuce Sorting Tiles

Growing Lettuce Template

Growing Lettuce Completed Sequence
June - Strawberries
4 Items

Growing Strawberries Sorting Tiles

Growing Strawberries Template

Growing Strawberries Completed Sequence
6 Items

Growing Strawberries Sorting Tiles

Growing Strawberries Template

Growing Strawberries Completed Sequence
July - Tomatoes
4 Items

Growing Tomatoes Sorting Tiles

Growing Tomatoes Template

Growing Tomatoes Completed Sequence
6 Items

Growing Tomatoes Sorting Tiles

Growing Tomatoes Template

Growing Tomatoes Completed Sequence
August - Courgettes
4 Items

Growing Courgettes Sorting Tiles

Growing Courgettes Template

Growing Courgettes Completed Sequence
6 Items

Growing Courgettes Sorting Tiles

Growing Courgettes Template

Growing Courgettes Completed Sequence
September - Blackberries
4 Items

Growing Blackberries Sorting Tiles

Growing Blackberries Template

Growing Blackberries Completed Sequence
6 Items

Growing Blackberries Sorting Tiles

Growing Blackberries Template

Growing Blackberries Completed Sequence
October - Pumpkins
4 Items

Growing Pumpkins Sorting Tiles

Growing Pumpkins Template

Growing Pumpkins Completed Sequence
6 Items

Growing Pumpkins Sorting Tiles

Growing Pumpkins Template

Growing Pumpkins Completed Sequence
November - Pears
4 Items

Growing Pears Sorting Tiles

Growing Pears Template

Growing Pears Completed Sequence
6 Items

Growing Pears Sorting Tiles

Growing Pears Template

Growing Pears Completed Sequence
December - Apples
4 Items

Growing Apples Sorting Tiles

Growing Apples Template

Growing Apples Completed Sequence
6 Items

Growing Apples Sorting Tiles

Growing Apples Template

Growing Apples Completed Sequence

 


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