Healthy eating and Recycling
We are now having lunches as a class and not in the dinner hall. We are going to think about how we can make sure our lunches are healthy as well as think about what material we could use to put the food in that is recyclable so as not to contribute to pollution.
If you are in Early years or KS1 you could design your own healthy meal.
What sort of food is healthy?
Fruits and vegetables, carbohydrates (potato, rice, pasta, bread), dairy (yoghurt, milk, cheese), protein (beans, lentils, chicken, fish) fats (oil, butter). We can have fats and sugars but in small amounts.
You can use the activity attached to design your own healthy meal if you’d like.
If you are in KS2 you could design your own healthy meal as well as a recyclable container for the meal.
Think about what material is easy to recycle (cardboard, tin, glass, paper). Plastic can be recycled but it is best to avoid plastic as only some types of plastic can be recycled. Materials to avoid are: foil, plastic, cling film.