Our storybook combines written content and beautiful illustrations to communicate, in a lively and informative style, the health benefits of eating fish.Open the book
The Fish is the Dish fun board game has been designed to encourage children's understanding of seafood and its many healthy-living benefits.
It would make an ideal Golden Time activity for small groups or part of a nurture group activity to encourage less confident children to become involved.
To play, download these items:
There are lots of fun, tasty and easy recipes that you can make with kids. Visit 'Cooking with kids' to discover a mixture of recipes with step by step instructions.Go to page
A seaside adventure story covering fascinating fish-related topics.Download
Explore food groups in fish dishes with a huge helping of fun. Download:
Use this poster to discuss your favourite fish dishes, what you've tried and what fish your kids know.Download
This colourful leaflet is full of bite-sized fishy fun to help your child learn and grow.Download
We all need to have a variety and balance of food and drinks to be healthy. We need to eat more fish! We should eat two portions a week, one of which should be oily.Download
Use the eatwell plate to help you get the balance right. It shows how much of what you eat should come from each food group.Download
Make 2 copies of these and cut out to and play snap or pairs to help children become more familiar with these seafish.Download
The aim of the wall chart is to get children to show when they have eaten fish and to track their two portions of fish that they are recommended to eat each week.Download
Cut out the six seafish images and stick them on this seafish sorting scene where they like to live.Download