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Printable Food Pyramid

Printable Food Pyramid

  • The new style healthy eating pyramid. 
  • Includes both full version and blank version 
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  • Ideal to enlarge into poster size using your printer settings or A3 size using a photocopier.

  • Cut up the different categories of a laminated large version to make a type of puzzle.

  • Make up a gigantic copy of the blank pyramid and children cut out pictures from magazines to glue in the appropriate section.

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