Our family fridge is notoriously disorganised. It’s a blackhole of expired sauces and mouldy cheeses. However, my shame quickly became inspiration when I was browsing through the internet and discovered practical strategies to spankingly clean, sensibly organised and insanely healthy looking fridges.
This creative printable activity encourages children and students to research about refrigerator organisation and food safety.
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Printable & Activity Objectives
Age: 6 to 9 year olds, Activity Time: 1-2 hours, Items Needed: Writing and colouring pencils.
In this activity, your student and child will learn about the history of refrigeration and how to properly organise and store food in the refrigerator. They will learn through research and a fun creative design activity.
It will help your child or student:
Learn about the basic history of food refrigeration.
Learn about how to store different types of food in the most optimal sections of the refrigerator.
Learn how to observe and provide feedback on how to improve refrigerator organisation.
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How to Get Started
Simple steps to start:
Research and find out about the history of refrigeration and how to organise a refrigerator. Here's a superbly interesting video about how people kept things cold and preserved before the invention of the refrigerator (Please take note of the in-stream advertisement at minutes 6.07 until 7.15):
Here's a video about the invention of the refrigerator:
Here's a video with plenty of tips about how to organise a fridge:
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This printable creative design challenge consists of 2 printable worksheets for your students or children to start planning and designing a better way to organise their refrigerator and their freezer.
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