The Veg Power Challenge
Clarence Birdseye revolutionised the way we keep food fresh by bringing flash frozen food into our homes. Explore how he used observational science to discover the power of frozen vegetables. The curriculum-linked resources encourage the use of innovation and engineering through creative activities to get your pupils loving their vegetables! Register to start your classroom expedition now.
The first 500 schools to register will receive free printed packs. Use the teacher notes, classroom presentation and activity sheets to run three curriculum-linked lessons:
Lesson 1: Taking a Birdseye view (Science and Literacy)
Lesson 2: Why eat vegetables? (Maths, Science, PSHE)
Lesson 3: The Veg Power Challenge (D&T)
The flexible lessons can be used altogether across a whole day or spread out separately, whatever suits your timetable. With interactive activities, videos and games take your class on an expedition to love their vegetables and the chance to win great prizes.
Over 90% of school-aged children are not eating their 5-a-day, so we are on a mission to help them love their veg again! We’d like your young explorers to go on an adventure with Clarence and apply his amazing discovery, along with their creative minds, to design an invention that encourages children to eat more veg! To get involved with this great initiative, register now.
Winning entry: Gardening materials for your school including:
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Gardening materials for your school including:
or £300 cash alternative for your school
Runner’s up prize:
Garden pea seed packets for their class (1 seed pack per pupil).
Submission deadline is 15th July 2019
For more information on Birdseye please visit www.birdseye.co.uk
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