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Jenipher’s Coffi: from bean to cup

24th August 2021 Resource

Where does coffee come from? How does it grow? Why is it brown?

Ever wondered what the answers might be to some of these questions? Fear not, we’re here to help. While coffee is one of the nation’s favourite hot drinks, (95 million cups of coffee are drunk every day in the UK!!), we’re aware that not everyone knows how it’s made.

We’ve developed a set of educational resources, which can be used at home or in school so that you can get to know a little more about Jenipher’s Coffi’s journey from bean to cup.

How to use the resources?

We have created a set of presentations and activities that cover topics of literacy, numeracy and art and design. Follow the guides step by step, or get creative and mix and match. Enjoy!

​​Activity 1 – Powerpoint presentation

Suitable for the age group years 4-7 or 7-9+, where you will learn about the coffee process from bean to cup.

(Takes around 15+ mins)

The lesson plan will guide you through the process if you want more structure.

Activity 2 – Photo pack

Suitable for all ages, where you can test if you have learnt the steps in the process.

(Takes around 20+ mins)

Extra Activities – Literacy, numeracy and art & design

These can be found in the lesson plan with ideas such as writing a story or a poem, mapping distances, and drawing your own pictures following what has been learnt.

Download the resources

If you would like to download our educational resources, click the link below. Let us know if you have any questions or feedback via our contact page.

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