Food – a fact of life (FFL) is a range of FREE cross-curricular resources and activities for primary and secondary school pupils studying at home.
There’s a wide range of free, easy to access resources, covering seven learning approaches: everyday learning; finding out and exploring; being active; worksheets; interactive activities and quizzes; being creative (through writing, arts and crafts); and cooking. The FFL Classroom also provides tips and best practice advice for parents and carers.
Resources focus on key food themes within curriculum areas, such as where food comes from, cooking, and healthy eating, but also offer a range of opportunities for cross-curricular learning.
The FFL Classroom is providing an activity or resource for every day, from now until 1 September 2020, with new sets of resources being launched weekly throughout the coming months. Each resource has been designed so that pupils can use them on their own and without supervision (where appropriate) and are also accompanied by guidance for parents and carers.
Definitely worth a visit, my two are loving the simple recipes!
To access, visit: foodafactoflife.org.uk