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Hi, does anyone have any good ICT resources to do with healthy eating that can be used with Nursery?

 

Our Nursery class is having a 'healthy eating' session where each child will bring 1 parent to come and do lots of activities. It will be based in a computer room so I need lots of things to keep them busy.

 

I do have a few non-ICT activities for those parents who just hate computers!

 

Any ideas would be most grateful. I can find lots for Y1 upwards but not many for Early Years. They must think we don't use computers.

 

Thanks

 

Vicky

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Could you make up a 'draw' programme showing lots of apples, oranges or whatever and ask the children to match two the same using a straight line in 'draw'?

 

is this any good?

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Could you do some kind of sorting? I have a YR/1 class and set up an activity for my whiteboard where they had to sort different foods into the different food groups. Pictures of food were copied from the Tesco website.

 

I realise the food groups is too much but could you have them sorting different kinds of fruit?

 

There are a couple of activities on the cbeebies website - more food related than specifically healthy eating but it might be a starting point for talking for example:

 

http://www.bbc.co.uk/cbeebies/#/lb/bobinogs/foodyface

 

 

Level 1 on this activity is a fruit matching one:

 

http://www.bgfl.org/bgfl/custom/resources_...uits/index.html

 

Hope that helps - I've not really taught nursery so I could be way off the mark!

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