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A dollop of ghee & A Pot of Wisdom

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Lesson starters and discussion topics on citizenship, money and health and fitness using A Dollop of Ghee and a Pot of Wisdom, for KS1 to KS4

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A dollop of ghee & A Pot of Wisdom

  1. 1. A D O L L O P O F G H E E & A P O T O F W I S D O M A DAY IN THE COURT In this book of stories, Prince Veera and his friend Suku set up court to listen to disputes. But what is a court? What happens in a court? In 2018, what is the equivalent of a king's court?� Who do you think listens to the disputes and passes judgement? Find out more here: content/uploads/2016/05/international-visitors-guide- 10a.pdf Key Stage 3/4 - Citizenship Curriculum
  2. 2. A D O L L O P O F G H E E & A P O T O F W I S D O M A DAY IN THE�KITCHEN In the Prince Veera's first case, Kapi didn't want to buy just expensive sweets for his kids. He wanted them to eat vegetables, rice, bread and fish. Why did Kapi not buy the sweets? the-curriculum.html Key Stage 1-4 - Personal education & Health and well-being Choose 3 of the following you'd buy if you went shopping for food? Why? Chocolate Crisps Carrots Tomatoes Fresh fish Chicken breast Soy cubes Lentils Milk and Yoghurt Fruits Bread Spinach Rice
  3. 3. A D O L L O P O F G H E E & A P O T O F W I S D O M A DAY IN THE�BANK In the story The Case of the Greedy Moneylender, Prince Veera finds out that the moneylender charges exorbitant interests on the money he lent. In today's world, where can you borrow money? What would be the interest charged if you borrowed? Have you visited a bank before? What do they do there? Key Stage 1-4 - Learning about Money & Citizenship Choose 3 things that you can do when you visit a bank? a) Buy stamps b) Borrow money c) Buy milk d) Deposit money e) Print money f) Borrow books g) Exchange money from one country into another h) Play football