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Get Set to Eat Fresh has announced the return of Kevin the Carrot, the star of Aldi’s Christmas advert for a fourth year running, with the new healthy eating resources for primary students titled ‘Kevin’s Christmas Journey’.
Aldi has released limited-edition Christmas-themed Kevin soft toys, to be won in a prize draw for schools who register by 14 December.
The Get Set to Eat Fresh initiative teaches young people aged 5-14 about eating well and gives them the skills and confidence to cook fresh, healthy meals.
All Get Set to Eat Fresh resources are packed with a wide variety of flexible, curriculum-linked content, including films, downloadable student sheets and lesson plans, alongside online content for students, teachers and families.
Each of the Get Set to Eat Fresh resources have been designed to allow you to pick and choose activities to suit your lesson, class and wider school community.
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The latest primary addition to the programme’s bank of free, downloadable resources, is ‘Kevin’s Christmas Journey’, a series of festive cross-curricula challenges to use in the classroom.
‘Kevin’s Christmas Journey’ sees Kevin and friends join young people aged 5–14 in a selection of 15 quick and flexible starter activities and six longer cross-curricular activity ideas that offer links to PSHE, science, design and technology, English and maths.
Whether it’s solving recipe-related maths problems with Kevin or creating their own healthy advent calendars, these resources are designed to engage pupils with problem-solving and creative tasks.
The challenges each focus on a different subjects including: food technology (cooking skills), maths (problem solving), science (nutrition and plants), design and technology and art and design (producing 2D and 3D works), physical education (active play) and PSHE/PSE/health and wellbeing (healthy eating and appreciating other cultures).
Take a look at the diverse range of festive activities the new resources have on offer below.
For more information about Get Set to Eat Fresh and the new Christmas resources visit: getseteatfresh.co.uk/resources/kevinschristmasjourney.
You can also share your excitement by tweeting @AldiUK and @TeamGB using the #GetSetEatFresh.
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