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Farming and Countryside Education (FACEonline) is an independent charity that helps young people to learn more about food and farming in a sustainable countryside. Its resources range from simple factsheets to whole websites and include interactive games, detailed farm profiles, agricultural blogs, indoor and outdoor activities and much more. There is something to suit all ages from creative art projects for early years to post-16 careers guidance.

Visit FACEonline on our website here to find out more.

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Environmental Art
FACEonline 
Updated: 
2016
7 Comments
  • Visual Arts
  • 3-5, MS
Booklet of simple environmental art projects to stimulate and develop observation, imagination and creativity.
Do We Care Where Our Food Comes From?
  • Social Studies
  • K-2, 3-5, MS
A guided exploration of the topic through a series of questions, with suggested websites to investigate the answers
The Farm Behind the Food: Food miles
  • Social Studies
  • K-2, 3-5
Comparing the food miles in two meals, one prepared from local ingredients and the other from ingredients sourced overseas. Looking at the...
Why Farming Matters: Elementary activities
  • Science
  • K-2, 3-5
Range of activities that explore the vital role of farming in our lives and are designed to develop personal, learning and thinking skills and to...
Farm Animal Interactive Games
Three games, ideal for interactive whiteboards, that will help children learn about livestock farming and where meat, milk and other animal products...
Look Windwards: Fairtrade in the Windward Isles
  • Social Studies
  • MS, HS
Activities centred around examining the effect of fairtrade bananas on the Windward Isles. Five other linked resources also available
Look Windwards Mystery
FACEonline 
Updated: 
2016
4 Comments
Activity exploring the links between Mrs Wilson's shopping trip in Britain and Rafique Fitzpatrick's banana plantation in the Caribbean, using a...
The Farm Behind the Food: Active citizens
Common Core
This resource provides prompts and guidance for students on writing letters to supermarkets to ask about their use of food assurance schemes. Aligned...
The Farm Behind the Food: Green milk, blue milk!
Common Core
Decoding the labels on different kinds of milk to understand what information they provide, and why. Aligned with Common Core State Standard: RL.2.7
The Farm Behind the Food: Too much information!
  • English Language Arts
  • K-2, 3-5, MS
Common Core
Investigating what types of information appear on food labels and deciding which is most important. Collating findings, reporting back and discussing...