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‘The little ones remind me of a swarm of ants’. A year 6 child writes about tomatoes in a TastEd lesson. 🍅 https://t.co/RLt0Pp11uw
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RT @wash_fs2: Apple and Cherry Tree classes were 'Touch Detectives' in their TastEd lesson. They had to guess by touch alone what was in th…
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RT @wash_ks1: Comparing the feel of the outside of the orange to the inside - there’s juice inside which makes it soft ⁦@tastedfeed⁩ ⁦@Kitc…
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the Latin word ’sapere’ (pronounced ‘sap-er-ay’) means “to know”, “to be able to”, “to taste” and “to feel”. An interview with Stina Algotson of Sweden, who is the person who taught the TastEd team all about taste education and the Sapere method. https://t.co/xNSwceU2qI
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What's in a name? The Story of Sapere - Taste Education. A new blog on our website: an interview with Stina Algotson, the head of Sapere International. By Naomi Rayner. https://t.co/xNSwceU2qI
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