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More than 900 million cattle, sheep, pigs and poultry are reared in the UK each year for food production, along with many millions of farmed fish. Does your class know where their food comes from?
Introduce your young learners to the topic of farm animal welfare. Where our food comes from, the needs of farm animals and how we can be compassionate citizens and make ethical choices to help improve the welfare of animals reared for food.
In this lesson, pupils will design a logo/packaging for eggs that have been produced in an egg-production system of their choice. Their logo will explain the production system in which the eggs have been produced and provide consumers with the information they need to make an informed decision about which eggs to buy.
There are four more lessons in the RSPCA ‘Farm Animals’ series, which you can find here:
Find more great resources from the RSPCA at education.rspca.org.uk/education and follow @RSPCA_official on Twitter.
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