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Worksheets

The worksheets contained in this section are designed to be used with students at KS2, KS3 and KS4, although it would be perfectly appropriate to adapt them for younger or older students or those with special educational needs.

To access any of the worksheets simply click on the following titles to open the file and download the Word files onto
your PC.

 
Worksheet title
Main features
KS2
Food talk Literacy and recognition and naming of common foods
Breakfast time Exploring breakfast ingredients
Equipment Identify and name equipment used and its purpose
Being a bread detective Investigating different bread types and their origins
Use your loaf Exploring different ways of using bread
Get toasting Making a toasted sandwich
Having a go with bread Making bread and developing ideas using different bread mixes
Chocs away Making novelty chocolates
Cool food Chilled foods
Do the mash Making, tasting and evaluating different varieties and flavours of mash and making a meal with mash
Diary of sprouting seeds Growing sprouting seeds and observing changes
Evaluating sandwiches Tasting and testing different sandwich types and fillings
Star Profile An Excel spreadsheet template for recording and analysing sensory evaluaton
Evaluating snacks Tasting and testing different snack products
Fun food Creating fun food for children
Muffin madness Fun with making muffins
Time for scones Making and serving scones
It's the season Identifying foods for differnt seasons
Tea time Making and serving tea
Pizza Making pizzas
Party time Making celebration foods
The main thing Main course dishes
Using vegetables Making vegetable dishes
Inside out Foods for outdoors, egs. pic-nics, b-b-ques
Potatoes in a jacket Making jacket potatoes and fillings

Bread facts and Bread answers

Baked Product facts and Baked Product answers

Use these sheets with students during a demonstration on making bread/baked products. See how many facts they can record under appropriate headings.
Designing with bread Modelling shape, colour, texture and finish of bread products
What do you know about bread? A fun quiz that can be used to test or reinforce learning at the end of a unit of work on bread. May be used as a paper-based quiz or on a whiteboard as a class exercise.
KS3
Getting started in food technology Base line assessment activities for use in Y7 - help to guage what children already know and have experienced in food
Breakfast time Exploring breakfast ingredients
Equipment Identify and name equipment used and its purpose
Star Profile An Excel spreadsheet template for recording and analysing sensory evaluaton
Being a bread detective Investigating different bread types and their origins
Use your loaf Exploring different ways of using bread
Get toasting Making a toasted sandwich
Having a go with bread Making bread and developing ideas using different bread mixes
Designing from existing products A focused activity to help in the development of new product ideas
Do the mash Making, tasting and evaluating different varieties and flavours of mash and making a meal with mash
Edible containers Combining fillings and casings into a pasty-type product
Food File For recording research information on the main food groups
Healthier snacks Making healthier snacks and applying healthier eating principles
Muffin madness Fun with making muffins
Time for scones Making and serving scones
Potatoes in a jacket Making jacket potatoes and fillings
Soup Making soup
Attribute analysis Using a spreadsheet for modelling sensory attributes
Salad bar Making salads
Nice rice Making rice dishes
sauces Making sauce based dishes
Perfect pasta Making pasta dishes

Bread facts and Bread answers

Baked Product facts and Baked Product answers

Use these sheets with students during a demonstration on making bread/baked products. See how many facts they can record under appropriate headings.
Designing with bread Modelling shape, colour, texture and finish of bread products
What do you know about bread? A fun quiz that can be used to test or reinformce learning at the end of a unit of work on bread. May be used as a paper-based quiz or on a whiteboard as a class exercise.
My evaluation A generic sheet on which to record sensory evaluation of products made
KS4
Modelling ideas A focused task to help with product development skills
In the fast lane Modifying and developing healthier fast food-type products, learning about food labelling claims
Working to a specification Working to and evaluating against a specification, attribute analysis
Student ICT log To encourage students to keep a track of when they are using ICT and how it helped their work
A student's guide to planning A guide to planning for production - flow charts, story boards, Gantt charts

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