A Scottish charity is inviting primary students to learn how to learn in Glasgow. the meal In some of the world’s poorest countries, children’s lives are changing.
Mary’s Food is offering free, downloadable activity packs to primary schools to help students in 19 countries, including Malawi and Haiti, learn more about her work.
Educational ‘superheroes’ resources focus on Appeal and her friends, and show how they get energy and superhero powers from eating a daily mug-rich porridge of Mary.
Emma Hutton, head of grassroots engagement at Mary’s Mails, said: “These exciting resources for schools give students a glimpse of what life is like for children in some of the world’s poorest countries, where food is not taken. Can, and where Mary’s food provides a daily meal in one place. Education. These foods play an important role in attracting children to the classroom.
“For some children, it may be just a day’s food. In addition to nourishing them, food provides them with a gateway to education and helps them become superheroes in their lives so that they can grow up to be men.” And the women who will lift their communities out of poverty.
“We hope that these resources will provide many hours of fun for students, while also providing a valuable opportunity for Mary’s food-assisted children to learn about the life-changing effects of daily meals.” ۔ ”
The pack, which is intended for primary school children between the ages of five and 11, includes a video, activities such as dyeing sheets and giving children the opportunity to design their own superhero masks.
Click to learn more about Mary’s food, or to download the pack. Here.