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2 Sharing a chocolate bar: fair shares? An activity exploring the income received by different groups in the chocolate producing and trading process Numeracy Fsairtrade 45 Year mins 3 and 4 Suggested lesson structure - Preparation Before this activity children should be introduced to the journey of chocolate and the role of each group involved (see box opposite). The Divine Chocolate website offers a bean to bar explanation of the different roles and stages involved (link: They should consider and discuss who they think works the hardest. Further information on the life of a cocoa grower can be found in Akasuwa s story in the Fair trade literacy activities for Year 3 & 4. Mental or oral work The lesson could include reinforcing counting in steps of 2 or 5 through a game of buzz for example. Children in a round go through the numbers and each time they get to a multiple of 2/5 they say buzz. This can be done forwards and then in reverse. The main activity See below for details. It is suggested that the class is introduced to a large visual representation of a bar of Chunky Delight, i.e. a 12 chunk chocolate bar. A simpler problem e.g. 8 chunk bar costing 16p could be discussed with the whole class first. Plenary session Children can share with the class how many chunks and the amount of money they have allocated to each group. They should explain their reasoning. The actual situation can then be revealed and compared. Do the children consider this a fair situation? Reinforce 3 times table by challenging children to count up in threes as far as they can. Ask them how much a chocolate bar with 15 chunks would cost? 18 chunks etc. Ask them why you would not get a bar with 13/17 chunks. Further information on the making and trading of chocolate can be found in the Oxfam pack: Making a Meal of It! (link?) on which this activity is based. The photoset and activity pack is for 7-11 year olds and looks at food issues around the world (Oxfam GB 1998) Sharing a chocolate bar - Suggested whole class introduction Chunky Delight is made using cocoa beans from Ghana. A bar of Chunky Delight chocolate costs 48p in the local shop. Each bar has 12 chunks. Possible group or partner work Does each chunk cost 3p, 4p or 5p? How did you work that out? Who do you think deserves the most money from the 48p paid for Chunky Delight? How many chunks worth do you think should go to each group? How much money is this that goes to each group? Page 2 of 5

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