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Blackcurrant Foundation Fruit Rainbow Worksheet

Blackcurrant Foundation Fruit Rainbow Worksheet

14/01/2010

I Can Make A Healthy Eating Rainbow Worksheet

 

The Blackcurrant Foundation (a trade body supporting blackcurrant growers) have developed  a bunch of worksheets on their website which encourage Key Stage One children to eat a range of fruit and veg (including a portion of blackcurrants, obviously!).

One worksheet in particular is geared towards the younger age group, it features a range of outlines of fruits and vegetables and encourages the children to trace the outlines and colour them in. It also introduces lots of adjectives about the produce.


The colouring worksheet is available to download at
http://www.blackcurrantfoundation.co.uk/pdf/KS1_Years1&2_activitysheet2.pdf

 

The other Year One and Year Two worksheets are at http://www.blackcurrantfoundation.co.uk/education.html

 


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