What journey does the cocoa make before it reaches the factory?

Can you remember what happens to the cocoa pod once it has been picked from the tree?

Write your cocoa ‘journey’ here.

Watchthis video to help you remember:

http://www.dubble.co.uk/fun_and_games/dubble_tv/cocoa_farming

You can also see the pictures we sequenced today here:

http://www.papapaa.org/flash/ks2_1b.html

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15 Responses so far »

  1. 1

    karolina 4m said,

    the cocua pods are first white and wet inside but when you dry them it will get brown and become full of flavour.

  2. 2

    noorulain said,

    COCOA PADS COME FROM TREES THEN IT BEES CUT OF THE TREE.

  3. 3

    Darshana said,

    I’m exited to go cabulary
    world! And I like this topic

  4. 4

    Darshana said,

    FIRST THEY ARE PICKED
    AND THEY TAKE THE WET COCOA
    BEANS OUT AND LEAVE THEM IN THE
    HEAT AND JUST PUT THEM IN BAGS. AND
    PUT THEM ON BOATS OR AIROPLANES.
    AND THEY EAT THEM.

  5. 5

    Noorulain 4m said,

    Cocoa pods come from mecxo,brazil,ghana. They cut it off the trees then they leave it to dry in the sun for a week.

  6. 6

    bismah 4m said,

    First cocoa beans grow on a tree then people cut them down and split them open.

  7. 7

    zara said,

    i learnt a lot about coco beans they are grown on trees in ghana,malaga
    they cut it with a sharp knife.i like learning about chocolate.

  8. 8

    udeshpalmann said,

    First the cocoa pods are cut down with a knife on a stick.

  9. 9

    noorulain said,

    It was fun today.

  10. 10

    noorulain said,

    Cocoa pods come from Brzil Mexco

  11. 11

    noorulain said,

    I like it today.

  12. 12

    noorulain said,

    Cocoa pods come from brazil,mexico,gana. Then it be cut of the thees then it driys fpr 1 week

  13. 13

    noorulain said,

    I like it.

  14. 14

    noorulain said,

    Cocoa pods come from brzil,mexc and gana

  15. 15

    Darshana said,

    i like our topic in school and
    it was fun in cadbrays world


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