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Description

Barnaby Bear is at a primary school singing a song about eating Five a Day. We see a series of images of fruits and vegetables, some of which have been made into fun faces. Ingredients used include carrots, tomatoes, oranges, peppers, grapes, bananas, beans, aubergines and sugar snaps. The catchy song promotes eating five pieces of fruit or vegetables a day in order to keep fit and healthy. The song also promotes handwashing before eating food and good hygiene.
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First broadcast:
17 March 2007

Classroom Ideas

The clip could be used to support learning about healthy eating. Ask the class to sort all the fruit and vegetables mentioned in the clip into two groups: 'I like' and 'I don't like'. Children could then create a three-day 'five a day' meal planner for their families and a corresponding shopping list. Pupils could then report on how they (and their families) felt following their meal plan.

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