LEARNING ABOUT FOOD ALLERGIES AND INTOLERANCES

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Do we know what we’re eating? This game lets you discover the most common food, allergies and intolerances, which foods cause them, and what symptoms they can cause. Developed in collaboration with CGD-NE (General Council of Dieticians-Nutritionists of Spain).

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De 3 a 8 añosNecesidades especiales

Included:

  • - 8 cards with 8 intolerances (9 cm diameter)
    - 45 cards with food (7,5 cm diameter)
  • - 12 ambulance cards (wildcards)

It helps to generate empathy towards fellow students with food intolerances and encourages their acceptance and integration in the classroom.

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