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Food Card Game

Food Card Game

About This Primary Resource

A collection of 48 ‘top trump’ style playing cards, each showing a different type of food and a series of numeric values. Included on each card is a figure for the amount of calcium, fibre, iron, fat, sodium and sugar contained in the food. We have attempted to make these figures as accurate as possible, however please do not rely on them as being a true representation of each food’s nutritional value.

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  1. Anne

    Interested in learning more about forest school lessons

  2. Greengables

    Very interesting , Nilda B hernandez.

  3. sheila

    Hi, these is a fantastic resourse for practise the theme of food and learn at the same time maths.

    Thanks for sharing great material!

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