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From Farm to Fork Book Bundle


This set of books show us that our food can either come from large farms and factories or small, local places – we can even grow them ourselves! Looking at fruit, vegetables, grains and meat we can see that the food we eat often has to go through a long journey from farm to fork. Suitable for ages 5-7 years


D65211 Set £35.99


Large Healthy Eating Learning Rug


Familiarise and encourage children to identify healthy fruit and vegetables with this great learning rug. Design includes 35 different fruit and vegetables for children to recognise. Each square is large enough for a child to sit on. Dimensions: 2515(W) x 3555mm(L)


D28224 Each £310.70


UNDERSTANDING THE WORLD


Healthy Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner Baskets


Includes breakfast, lunch and dinner sets. Baskets measure 11(H) x 18cm(W). 62 pieces. Suitable for age 2 years+


840025


PERSONAL, SOCIAL & EMOTIONAL DEVELOPMENT


Set £45.45


COMMUNICATION & LANGUAGE


Shop Little Learners ypo.co.uk/earlyyears


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ACTIVITY IDEA Sensory bin


A sensory bin is a fantastic way for children to explore different fruit and vegetables, which they may only usually see after they have been cut up for a snack or cooked for a meal. Showing the fruit both whole and cut up will allow them to start understanding the food they eat in greater detail. You could even include some more unusual fruits or vegetables that they may not have heard of before!


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Introducing role play


items that focus on healthy eating will help children discover these concepts as they explore independently.


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