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Key Stage 1 – Lesson 3 Learning that a balanced diet can help keep our teeth healthy.

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1 Key Stage 1 – Lesson 3 Learning that a balanced diet can help keep our teeth healthy

2 Key Stage 1 – Lesson 3 This is Buddy. He helps us look after our teeth and mouth.

3 Key Stage 1 – Lesson 3 Buddy is good at looking after his teeth and wants to help us look after ours.

4 Key Stage 1 – Lesson 3 Buddy is going to help us discover more about dental health using his special gadgets. TabletTorchTimerToothbrush

5 Key Stage 1 – Lesson 3 I need you to tell me all of the different food groups, can you help me? Buddy wants you to think about your diets and all of the different types of food that you eat.

6 Key Stage 1 – Lesson 3 Can you tell me the five different food groups? Fat Calcium Protein Vitamins and Minerals Carbohydrat e

7 Key Stage 1 – Lesson 3 Can you tell me the five different food groups? Fat Calcium Protein Vitamins and Minerals Carbohydrat e

8 Key Stage 1 – Lesson 3 This is my eat well plate. Have I got all of the five food groups on it? Buddy needs your help on what he should eat for his dinner.

9 Key Stage 1 – Lesson 3 My eat well plate.

10 Key Stage 1 – Lesson 3 Are all of the food groups I need in my diet on there? Eating a balanced diet can help keep my teeth healthy too.

11 Key Stage 1 – Lesson 3 Do you know what happens inside your mouth every time you eat? Lets find out the facts on my tablet.

12 Key Stage 1 – Lesson 3 Every time you eat foods or drinks containing sugars the bacteria in plaque produces acids, which can damage the tooth enamel. Dentists call this an attack.

13 Key Stage 1 – Lesson 3 How does our mouth recover from an attack? After every balanced meal your mouth reproduces saliva. This helps cancel out the acids produced. Your mouth can only do this four times a day – which is why its important to have three meals a day and no more than one snack.

14 Key Stage 1 – Lesson 3 Snack attack? If between your balanced meals, you find you do need to snack try not to have more than one and make sure it isnt too high in sugar. Snacks like raw vegetables, nuts, cheese or breadsticks are good choices.

15 Key Stage 1 – Lesson 3 From what we have learnt so far, who can tell me how many balanced meals and how many snacks we should have a day?

16 Key Stage 1 – Lesson 3 We should have three balanced meals a day We should have no more than two snacks a day

17 Key Stage 1 – Lesson 3 We should have three balanced meals a day. We should have no more than two snacks a day.

18 Key Stage 1 – Lesson 3 Using the other information that we got from my tablet, can you tell me which of these foods we could eat as a snack?

19 Key Stage 1 – Lesson 3 Which would be the best choice of snack for our teeth?

20 Key Stage 1 – Lesson 3 Using your own eat well plate draw something healthy for your dinner. It must contain a food from each group and be good for your teeth too.


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