LEARNING PATHWAY CREATED BY THE LEARNING COMMUNITY
Green and fun eggs
Authors: L. Arnau Bermúdez, S. Marsal Costa, A. Pamplona Peleato, B. García Urigoitia, A. Ramia Guasch
- Understand the ecological and economic values of growing vegetables;
- Understand the differences between natural foods and processed foods;
- Differentiate between foods of animal and plant origin;
- Understand how plant germination and growth occurs;
- Build an attitude of responsibility for the natural environment;
- Build an attitude of responsibility towards recycling
Intended learning outcomes:
The child will be able to:
- Distinguish foods of plant and animal origin;
- Know the benefits of consuming vegetables;
- Recognize plant parts;
- Know the seeds and the germination process;
- Understand how plants grow;
- Learn about the role of vegetables in nature;
- Know what an egg is and where it comes from;
Initial – Ask children questions to find out what their knowledge is on the subject.
E.g. What do we know about plant-based foods? Which are of animal origin? What are seeds? What do plants need to grow?
Ongoing – Observe with a table or rubric
Final – Evaluate through an individual exercise or task
Stage I – Ecological pillar
Know the origin and properties of food. Distinguish foods of plant and animal origin. Understand what a natural food is.
Stage II – Ecological, economic and social pillar
Understand how plant germination and growth occurs. Build an attitude of responsibility for the natural environment. Build an attitude of responsibility towards recycling.