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What’s for breakfast?

What’s for breakfast? Depends where you are! What people eat for their first meal of the day gives us a lot of information about what’s around them, what they’re up to, and plenty more! In this clip, students compare and contrast their own breakfast menus with those of kids around the world. Victorian Institute of Sport sports dietitian Kylie Andrew describes the elements that make up a nutrient-rich breakfast, while explaining why it’s important to eat a rainbow of fresh foods.

Lesson Plans

For Teachers

Free Australian Curriculum-aligned lesson plans, springboards and activities for Yr 3-6.

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Yr Level

Learning Area

Curriculum Code
Okonomiyaki Faces
3 4
Mathematics English
ACMNA058 ACELA1487
World Breakfast Globes
3 4
Health and Physical Education
ACPPS036 ACPPS042
Transcript The One with the Levitating Globe
3 4
Health and Physical Education
ACPPS036 ACPPS042
E01 The One with the Levitating Globe
Okonomiyaki Faces
Yr Level
3 4
Learning Area
Mathematics English
Curriculum Code
ACMNA058 ACELA1487
World Breakfast Globes
Yr Level
3 4
Learning Area
Health and Physical Education
Curriculum Code
ACPPS036 ACPPS042
Transcript The One with the Levitating Globe
Yr Level
3 4
Learning Area
Health and Physical Education
Curriculum Code
ACPPS036 ACPPS042

Factastical #2

Run out of salt? Pick some sea asparagus instead. Indigenous Australians have been using it to add briny flavour to their food for tens of thousands of years.