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For the Juniors - Farm to Table | ABC Commercial - ABC Commercial

For the Juniors - Farm to Table | ABC Commercial - ABC Commercial | Food Technologies in the classroom | Scoop.it
How many children believe that food comes from the supermarket? This series of six programs looks at what happens to certain foods before they reach the supermarket shelves. How do the crops grow? What does the farmer do?
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The ABC website brings up a page called farm to table. This particular page provides students with the knowledge and understanding of where food comes from and why. This page also gives classroom activites for teachers to teach about farm to table.

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Kids healthy recipes - Recipe collections - Taste.com.au

Kids healthy recipes - Recipe collections - Taste.com.au | Food Technologies in the classroom | Scoop.it
26,000+ free Recipes from Australias top recipe writers, all categorised into easy-to-navigate recipe collections on Australia's #1 Recipe site.
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Taste.com s a website which allows children to have a look and see what food they can cook that is healthy.

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Feeding the World Today and Tomorrow: The Importance of Food Science and Technology - Floros - 2010 - Comprehensive Reviews in Food Science and Food Safety - Wiley Online Library

Feeding the World Today and Tomorrow: The Importance of Food Science and Technology - Floros - 2010 - Comprehensive Reviews in Food Science and Food Safety - Wiley Online Library | Food Technologies in the classroom | Scoop.it
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This website provides an article written by Phillip Nelson. Phillip's article gives an insight to why food science and food technology is so important.

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Food Related Project - teachers and students

A list of teachers and student resources on food related projects
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This website is a very useful tool for both teachers and parents. This website includes a varitey of different sources that teachers, parents and students can go to, to help them develop teaching lessons about food and its technology.

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Bramley Kids - Food Technology

Bramley Kids - Food Technology | Food Technologies in the classroom | Scoop.it
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Bramley kids-food technology is a great resource for both students and teachers. It proides information on healthy eating and why it is so important to eat healthy.

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Crops 1: Where Does Food Come From? - Science NetLinks

Crops 1: Where Does Food Come From? - Science NetLinks | Food Technologies in the classroom | Scoop.it
In this lesson, students learn that most of the food they buy in stores originally comes from farms.
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ScienceNetLinks, provides a informative resource section for all teachers of the primary aged classroom called "Where does food come from". This website provides teachers with information about how to deliver lessons on "Where food comes from" and the important aspects that are needed for a healthy food production. This is a beneficial resource for all teachers as it guides them through the important traits of food production and why students need to have knowledge about it.

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Food Science for Kids - Free Games, Fun Experiments, Cool Activities Online

Food Science for Kids - Free Games, Fun Experiments, Cool Activities Online | Food Technologies in the classroom | Scoop.it
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Science for kids website provides fun learning games.  students Learn about vegetables, fruit, cooking, nutrition and all kinds of interesting food topics. As well as activities for  children, there are  lesson plans and worksheets for teachers, ideas for  parents and  free teaching resources for those interested in learning  about food science online.

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parentsgs - Food Technology Interactive Resources

parentsgs - Food Technology Interactive Resources | Food Technologies in the classroom | Scoop.it
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This website provides parents, teachers and children with online  interactive games that help develop knowledge about food and nutrition. There are over 25 games to choose from.

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Technologies | ACARA

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This website is the ACARAC website which includes information about technologies within the classroom and gives the technologies curriculum from the PREP age within the primary school setting.

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Nutrition in the Classroom- Free Fun Tools, Games for Teaching Children Healthy Nutrition, K-5 Schools Health, Nutrition, Kids Healthy Food Instruction

Nutrition in the Classroom- Free Fun Tools, Games for Teaching Children Healthy Nutrition, K-5 Schools Health, Nutrition, Kids Healthy Food Instruction | Food Technologies in the classroom | Scoop.it
Nourish Interactive, The Fun Way to Learn About Nutrition- an exciting and effective online multi-media learning platform for teaching nutrition in the classroom!
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Nourish interactive is a website created for both parents and children. The website is a fun and educational website which helps children and parents develop knowledge and understanding about nutritious values. There are many interactive games which help develop this including; my plate, food pyramids, food lables etc.

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Teaching my Kids Where Their Food Comes From

Teaching my Kids Where Their Food Comes From | Food Technologies in the classroom | Scoop.it
Today's guest post comes from Amber of Strocel.com. I live in suburban Vancouver my with husband and our kids - 5-year-old Hannah and 2-year-old Jacob. In my working life, I was an electrical engin...
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This blog article made by a mother is a fantastic way to show teachers the importance of teaching the knowledge and understanding of food technologies and production. The article gives an insight to what can be done to show children that food doesn’t just fall from the sky and put into the store to buy. This is a great resource for teachers and parents as it provides them with information taken from an actual parent who believes that their children should be taught where their food comes from and also gives them the appreciation for their food.

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Farm to fork challenge (5-8 years) - Food a fact of life

Farm to fork challenge (5-8 years) - Food a fact of life | Food Technologies in the classroom | Scoop.it
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Food, a fact for life, is an interactive website for students to get involved with different aspects of food and where food comes from. These activites provide students with an insight to the importance of food production. This website closely links to the aspect of technologies in the Australian curriculum. This interactive website is a beneficial tool for both teachers and students as food technology and production provides students with a greater understanding of the world they live in (Jacobs, 2010). 

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