Fair Trade Chocolate Homeschool Lesson Online
|Fair Trade Chocolate Homeschool Lesson Online.|
Think Fair Trade doesn't matter to you? You've heard something about Fairtrade Coffee, but you don't drink coffee so who cares- right? Wrong! I'm guessing you eat chocolate or know someone who does. Do you know who picked your chocolate? What is fair trade anyway? In this interactive online homeschool lesson, you'll learn all about fair trade practices and why you should buy fair trade whenever possible.
Suggested for Elementary Social Studies: Grades 3-6
Fair Trade Cocoa Unit
Cocoa Curriculum and Lesson Plans from Global Exchange
Free Printable Chocolate Activity Book (Downloadable)
What is Fair Trade? - Read this Free Printable PDF from BrainPop to find out.
Another example on What is Fair Trade from Funkidslive.com
Grab your daily journal (or a Google Doc.) and explain Fair Trade in your own words.
Read more with Ranger Rick: Comic on Cacao Trees in Ghana.
Name 3 Countries that benefit from Fair Trade practices.
Online Game for Supply and Demand Fair Trade Coffee
Cool Bug Free Math Game on Probability from Brock University.
Language Arts Component
Imagine you were a child in Ghana working in the Cocoa Industry. Describe a typical day of work. Use the information above to help with your paper. Do a safe search with Kidrex.org to research more about fair trade. Make sure your paper has a beginning (intro), middle (main body), and end (summary). We like to say, tell me what you are going to tell me, tell me, and tell me again! Open a Google Doc. or write in your daily journal.
Yummy CHOCOLATE SCIENCE EXPERIMENT from Factmonster.com
Social Studies Just for Fun Online Games
For BrainPop subscribers, try this Game about Supply and Demand.
Make a difference play this fun Fair Trade Chocolate Game and help spread the word.
Math with M and M's Chocolate
The Chocolate Touch
Fair Trade: A Beginner's Guide
Copyright 2014 by Lora Langston, Kids Creative Chaos.