Cut and Paste Activity: Where does food come from?

I shared in my previous blog a powerpoint presentation to be used in discussing the topic on “Where does food come from?” After days of going through the topic, I gave an assignment to my students to bring pictures of food to class. 

They brought pictures the next day and my instruction was for them to simply cut the pictures of food and paste them on their notebook and label the food to where it came from. Because this lesson was on Sinugbuanong Bisaya, so they will have to label it “T” if the food comes from Tanom (Plant) and “H” if from Hayop (Animal).

Rather than letting them draw (which they couldn’t do perfectly), this is a good alternative.



Note: These are actual work of students.

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