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Make A Healthy Lunchbox

Make A Healthy Lunchbox

23/01/2013

Make A Healthy Lunchbox

This game allows children to pack a lunchbox full of healthy and yummy foods.


The game offers a choice of lunchboxes, breads, protein sources, salads, fruits, dairy products, drinks and other bits. When you have finished the game walks through your choices with you and explains what's healthy about the selections you made, and suggests other items you might have picked.

The game is from the Food A Fact Of Life website and can be played here.



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