Links to food safety games
Primary school teachers will find materials, advice and suggestions here to help them give pupils aged 7 to 11 (Key Stage 2 or P7 in Scotland) greater opportunities both to learn about and have access to fruit and vegetable choices and other learning resources based around environmental health issues. A number of these sites also give details of how these materials fit with the school curriculum.
- "Foodbusters" (like TV Programme Blockbusters) interactive computer game run by FSA Wales
- Welcome to food hygiene mission control aimed at aged 7 to 14
- Foodlink's interactive food safety games, quizzes and puzzles
- Teaching Zone: Railway safety features on this site. There are lots of resources for developing greater understanding of the dangers. It caters for pupils across the primary age
- The Bicycle Helmet Initiative Trust encourages the wearing of cycle helmets. There are some simple games to try online
- Eat Well: Useful in teaching food safety and healthy eating
- Renault's road safety site with animation, games and quizzes for Key Stage 2 pupils and resources for teachers and parents
- The Kennel Club's simple interactive game highlighting key messages regarding behaviour around dogs. Good for Key Stage 2 but could be used well with younger pupils if they were given support with reading content
- Bugs like it hot word search (Adobe PDF format, 115kb)
- Bugs like it hot spot the difference (Adobe PDF format, 490kb)
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This page was last updated on 9 December 2014