A Journey of Flavours (2013)

Early childhood educators will have fun using this poster and the suggested activities to teach toddlers about where food comes from.

Poster showing different places where foods are produced
Poster for early childhood educators

Follow Samuel the bike on his fun ride!

Children will learn along with Samuel and discover through play where many delicious foods come from! Follow Samuel on a flavour trail that begins at the fishing port and ends at the daycare centre, with a stop at the farm on the way.

Use the poster and leaflet containing various activities to follow Samuel’s journey:

  • 5 educational activities, including some that help with motor development
  • A culinary activity, "Little Samuel’s Fruity Delight", a yogurt, fruit and cream-of-wheat parfait
  • A nursery rhyme about where certain foods come from

Download this 2013 edition

Affiche
pdf icon French September, 2018 pdf (756.13 KB)
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Feuillet d'activités
pdf icon French September, 2018 pdf (1.44 MB)
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Poster
pdf icon English September, 2018 pdf (756.5 KB)
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Leaflet
pdf icon English September, 2018 pdf (1.43 MB)
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Small parfait with yogurt, oats and fruit
"Little Samuel's Fruity Delight" : recipe included in the leaflet

Other posters are available

Several editions of the poster are available! Discover other worlds and a wide variety of educational activities.

Every fall, early childhood education services in Quebec can order the new edition of the poster and activity sheet free of charge. Quantities are limited, so keep an eye out for them!


 

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Grade
ECE
Theme
Food origins
Aligned with
Gazelle et Potiron framework
Language
Bilingual
How to Access
Downloadable
Aligned with
Meeting Early Childhood Needs

Suggestions from our team:

Plan an activity from the handout each month! Along with Samuel the bike, children will move, sing, cook, try new foods and tell stories.


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