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A collection of food related early years teaching resources, including posters detailing the different food groups and portion sizes (excellent for PSED/SEAL). There is also a collection of vegetable posters useful for teaching the correct names and pronunciations of certain vegetables, a variety of photo packs featuring food from the four food groups and lots of other valuable teaching resources.

You may also find some of our food and drink stock photographs useful, as well as our food planning documents.


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Illustrated Potato Latkes Recipe (Hanukkah)

Illustrated Potato Latkes Recipe (Hanukkah)

Shopping List Game

Shopping List Game

Simple White Bread Recipe

Simple White Bread Recipe

Supermarket Role-Play Shopping List

Supermarket Role-Play Shopping List

The Very Hungry Caterpillar Food Diary

The Very Hungry Caterpillar Food Diary

The Very Hungry Caterpillar Healthy Eating Counting Game

The Very Hungry Caterpillar Healthy Eating Counting Game

Vegetables - Editable Text

Vegetables – Editable Text

Vegetables Display Poster

Vegetables Display Poster


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