A fun classroom game where students explore the process of digestion in the human body.
A classic twist on snakes and ladders to assist students in developing their understanding of food technology content.
Students play through the game, answering the questions on the game board as they go. Students record their answers to check at the end of the game. A student game sheet and teacher answers guide are provided.
‘The Digestion Game’ is designed to be printed A3 and distributed among students to ensure that they have an active role in the activity. Ideally, it is four students to a game board. Print multiple copies of this game to create a class set.
‘The Digestion Game’ can be differentiated for individual students needs at the discretion of the teacher.
Please note: There is also a digestion worksheet written into the food selection and health student workbook from Innovate Year 9 that follows the digestion game.
- 1x A3 Digestion Game
- 2-page (26 questions) digestion game sheet
- Game Rules
- Teacher instructions
- Teacher Answers
PLEASE NOTE: You will need a dice and counters for your students to play the game.
- describe the process of digestion, for example:
- absorption of nutrients
Students learn about:
- digestion, absorption and metabolism of food
Students learn to:
- describe the process of digestion, absorption and metabolism of food
File types: PDF
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