INTRODUCTION: Colours of food


The appearance of food is paramount in the choices for selection and eating. Colour plays an important part in this visual display. Through colour we lead our children to eat a healthy diet. They taste and relish the different coloured fruit and vegetables. Hands on activities enable the children to lay down the foundations of healthy lifestyle options.
Personal hygiene and food hygiene issues are addressed through fun activities of tasting different foods and fruits and trying alternative national meals and less familiar foods. Their pleasure in preparing these coloured foods is evident. Sharing these local dishes between the partner schools keeps the children motivated. They also compare and contrast each other's dishes and local products.


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hndarrw01d.gif Orange soup from Malta View More...
hndarrw01d.gif Oranges from Malta View more...
hndarrw01d.gif Healthy food - fruit salad View more...
hndarrw01d.gif Red pomegranates in Spain View more...
hndarrw01d.gif Orange juice View more...
hndarrw01d.gif White bread View more...
hndarrw01d.gif ENJOY FRUIT DAILY View more...
hndarrw01d.gif Red food View more...
hndarrw01d.gif Pomegranates in Malta View more...
hndarrw01d.gif Cocoa View more...
hndarrw01d.gif Polish style pickled cucumber View more...
hndarrw01d.gif Green Zucchini VIEW more...
hndarrw01d.gif Red Watermelons VIEW more...
hndarrw01d.gif Red and green tea VIEW more...
hndarrw01d.gif Butterfly Salad VIEW more...
hndarrw01d.gif Green peas VIEW more...
hndarrw01d.gif Green Broad Beans VIEW more...
hndarrw01d.gif The birthday cheesecake VIEW more...
hndarrw01d.gif Strawberries are red and healthy VIEW more...
hndarrw01d.gif My favourite food VIEW more...

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