FoodMate Kitchen Kit and Flavour Match game

FoodMate Kitchen Kit and Flavour Match game

  Kitchen Kit - Week 2 Fact Sheet   Layout with updated information, updated infographic and table to emphasis more detailed content.

Kitchen Kit - Week 2 Fact Sheet

Layout with updated information, updated infographic and table to emphasis more detailed content.

  FoodMate Kitchen Kit - Week 5   Digitally illustrated infographics created to mimic the look of what similarly labeled food stuffs.

FoodMate Kitchen Kit - Week 5

Digitally illustrated infographics created to mimic the look of what similarly labeled food stuffs.

  Activity Sheet   Participants receive activity sheets week to week to make what they've learned in the week fun and memorable. This activity sheets asks the participant to match the level of activity to the snack or meal.  Infographics were created specifically for this game based on a recognisable existing graphics.

Activity Sheet

Participants receive activity sheets week to week to make what they've learned in the week fun and memorable.
This activity sheets asks the participant to match the level of activity to the snack or meal.

Infographics were created specifically for this game based on a recognisable existing graphics.

  Activity Sheet   Participants receive activity sheets week to week to make what they've learned in the week fun and memorable.  This activity sheets asks the participant to work out the cost of making a similar meal at home with healthier options compared to a take away version of the same meal.  Here the participants learn that they can have a meal of equal or better taste for much less money if they cook at home.  Dummy receipts for both a supermarket and a takeaway food chain were created to make the information learned as realistic as possible.

Activity Sheet

Participants receive activity sheets week to week to make what they've learned in the week fun and memorable.

This activity sheets asks the participant to work out the cost of making a similar meal at home with healthier options compared to a take away version of the same meal.

Here the participants learn that they can have a meal of equal or better taste for much less money if they cook at home.

Dummy receipts for both a supermarket and a takeaway food chain were created to make the information learned as realistic as possible.