Welcome to the "AtoZ Chocolate History Challenge";
This  challenge consists of 26 weeks of activities which started on the 4th may 2020. It follows the chronology of chocolate history.
Every week on Monday, children will be given the opportunity to learn about a new topic and a linked word from A-Z chocolate vocabulary.
You can also access the weekly word-puzzles and artistic activities andd choose to either print, use a new sheet of paper or play online; 

You can share your children's artwork with us on Instagram
 or email us at info@thechocolatemuseum.co.uk

WEEK 1 -  Olmec & Mayan Civilisations

A for Aztecs

WEEK 2 -  The Legend of Quetalcoatl

B for Bittter water & (cocoa) Bean

WEEK 3 -  Drinking Chocolate

C for Cocoa bean & Criollo

WEEK 4 -  Hernan Cortéz

D for Drinking Chocolate

WEEK 5 -  The Religious influence

E for Europe

WEEK 6 -  Chocolate Houses

F for Frenchman

WEEK 7 -  Transformation

G for Grinding

WEEK 8 -  Assimilation

H for Hans Sloane

WEEK 9 -  Slavery

I for Ivory Coast

WEEK 10 -  First solid chocolate

J for Joseph Fry

WEEK 11 -  Van Houten cocoa powder

K for Kakawa

WEEK 12 -  Industrialisation

L for (cocoa) Liquor

WEEK 13 -  Gala Peter Chocolate

M for Milk

WEEK 14 -  Lindt Chocolate

N for (cocoa) Nibs

WEEK 15 - The Art of Moulding

O for Oxidation

WEEK 16 -Quality Chocolate

P for Poison

WEEK 17 - British Chocolate Pioneers

Q for Quaker

WEEK 18 - Competition between Brands

R for Retail

WEEK 19 - Cadbury's legacy

S for Sugar

WEEK 20 - Chocolate Flavours

T for Tasting

We thank you for your participation,
Programme in partnership with Melange Chocolate
Principal Sources:
"The True history of Chocolate" Thames & Hudson
 "Encyclopedie du chocolate et de la confiserie" AFCC

"Collecting the World: The Life and Curiosity of Hans Sloane" by James Delbourgo

"Chocolate Wars" by Deborah Cadbury

"The Secret Life of Chocolate" by Marcos Patchett

By participating, you authorise the Chocolate Museum to publish children's artwork on our website, social media and publications;
This content is protected by copyright laws and can’t be reproduced for commercial purpose without our consent; 
For licensing please email info@thechocolatemuseum.co.uk
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