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Welcome to the Grain Chain

grainchain.com is a curriculum linked education resource for teachers and parents to inform school-aged children about the story of grain-based food - from the farm to mill to plate. Find tailored teaching materials, worksheets, videos, quizzes, recipes and activities about farming, milling and baking.

Welcome to the Grain Chain - resources and fun activities all about grain

TEACHERS

Grain Chain - for Teachers

Topic based
educational
resources and

lesson ideas for
primary and
secondary school
teachers to explore
agriculture, the food
industry and healthy eating. 



Search for lesson plans by age group

FAMILIES

Grain Chain - For Families
Fun activities and
games for parents

to introduce their
children to wheat
farming and processing
to help them understand
where their food comes from.

Find fun things to make and do for the whole family

Grain Chain Blog with tips and lesson plans for teachers about grain and healthy food.

Key Stage 3 Planning

Tuesday, July 01, 2014

Are you using these final few weeks of the summer term to get your KS3 planning wrapped up? Have a look at our section on lesson plans for 11-14 year olds.

There are lesson plans on the science of baking, bread and cake making skills, health and nutrition as well as farming and growing.

All the lesson plans are free and come with curriculum links, activity sheets and homework ideas.  You can use the resources as a complete lesson or pick and choose elements to compliement your existing lesson plan.

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Biscuits

A must see set of resources for any classroom project on biscuits. Includes videos, recipes and H&S guidance Take me there>>
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Subject

Search our resources by subject matter; such as food tech; maths; literacy and citizenship. More >>
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Bundles

Search our resources by theme; such as bread, farming and healthy eating more >>
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