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UNO Food Additives Game – Digital

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Help your students understand food additives through gamification.

This game pack has 48 individual UNO Food Additive cards. This deck of cards aims to investigate the role of food additives in food processing in a fun and engaging manner. Each card has a different food additive or food additive related question.

Cards display additives with either a smiley face or a sad face to indicate whether they have a positive or negative effect on the body.

This is a digital download and is best printed double-sided from the PDF download, so cards are printed correctly. Multiple packs can be printed and played in small groups in the classroom.

 

Pack includes:

  • 48 UNO Food Additive Cards
  • Rules of Play

This resource can be differentiated at the discretion of the classroom teacher based on the needs of students.

 

Relevant to:

NSW Food Technology Years 7-10 Syllabus 2019

Food Product Development

  • investigate the role of food additives in food processing

 

NSW Food Technology Stage 6 Syllabus

Food Manufacture

Students Learn about

  • role of food additives in the manufacturing process

 

Western Australia Year 12 Syllabus Food Science and Technology

Unit 4 – The future of food

Properties of food

  • factors that impact on the properties of food

– additives – thickeners, anti-caking agents, humectants, colourings and flavourings,

preservatives, and artificial sweeteners

 

QLD Food & Nutrition 2019 General Senior Syllabus

Relevant to these dot points

  • reviewing the food processing techniques used to control the accessibility and the consumability of food sources, including: application of cold by chilling, freezing, freeze-drying; application of heat by blanching, boiling, braising; evaporation; pasteurisation; canning/bottling; ultra-high temperature (UHT); dehydration; change of pH through the addition of acid and alkali; and additives, e.g. salt, antioxidants

 

  • explaining the cooking and processing techniques used to improve the palatability of protein-based foods, including: canning; dehydration; change of pH through the addition of acid and alkali; additives, e.g. salt, antioxidants; physical manipulation, e.g. tenderisation, aeration; and application of heat, e.g. grilling, roasting, poaching, braising and frying

 

VCE Food Studies Syllabus

Unit 2 Food Makers

  • the structure and purpose of the Food Standards Code, including the use of food additives and food labelling regulations

 

 

File Type: PDF (Acrobat) Document File and Word Doc

Downloadable File Size: PDF  1.3 MB, Word Doc 1.8 MB, Rules of Play 457.3 KB.

Download Limit: 1 download

Resource Type: Game

 

 

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