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176 completely free lesson resources

Harvest for Life

Harvest for Life

Lessons from Africa

Sowing, reaping and joining together in celebration for another abundant Harvest is at the heart of everything we do at Send a Cow. By choosing to celebrate this year's Harvest with Send a Cow, your school can help families produce a Harvest for Life and change their lives forever. 

Harvest for Life

Harvest story

Harvest story

Lessons from Africa

Sowing, reaping and joining together in celebration for another abundant Harvest is at the heart of everything we do at Send a Cow. Use this case study with your students to find out how Send a Cow has helped Demeke and his family to grow a Harvest for Life.  

By choosing to celebrate this year's Harvest with Send a Cow, your school can help more families like Demeke's change their lives forever. 

Build an African Farmyard

Build an African Farmyard

African Farmyard

‘Build an African Farmyard’ is a fundraising and learning resource that’s all about creating a fantastic wall display of an East African farm (it’s perfect for a Harvest topic, but also great all year round). We provide you with the information, ideas and illustrations of the elements on the farm to photocopy, colour in and add textiles to… and your class learn, have fun and raise money - simple!

Download the elements below and create a display poster:


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A Fair Harvest

A Fair Harvest

Lessons from Africa

Even though there is enough food to go around, hunger and poverty still exist in the world. This resource explores what harvest can really mean to people through looking at global food distribution and equity. This resource includes classroom activities to get your students thinking about food distribution around the world and the factors that can influence a good or bad harvest.

Fruit and vegetable shapes with nutrition facts

Fruit and vegetable shapes with nutrition facts

Fruit and vegetable shapes

These shapes with food and nutrition facts are really useful when talking about fresh food and healthy eating in the UK, and in Africa. They can also be used alongside our Harvest materials or for displayed when coloured in. These foods can all be grown across East Africa and link well with several of our children's stories.

The bitter taste of sugar

The bitter taste of sugar

Lessons from Africa

Sugar is something that's loved around the world. This primary school resource is a way to explore how sugar can be harmful not only to our health, but also to many of the small scale farmers that are growing sugar cane. The land in the Kamuli district in Uganda is dominated by sugar cane, yet many of the small scale sugar cane farmers are failing to make ends meet. Your students can learn about how sugar is produced, the history of sugar and hear about the small scale sugar cane farmers whose lives are reliant on this sweet treat. 


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After an assembly? Want a workshop? Invite one of our speakers to come to school and inspire your class. More about our free speakers


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