The DVD offers spectacular insights into rural forms of work of former times and of today and into the work of a baker, so that pupils can easily comprehend individual work steps, too. In addition, the children gather information on the characteristics and use of the most important types of grains: rye, wheat, barley, oats and maize. The content of the DVD is excellently suited, on the one hand, to show the children that flour is an essential ingredient of baked goods and, on the other hand, to seize upon the pupils' various experiences with the staple bread. The DVD breaks down the topic "Grain" into the following main areas: baking bread, from corn to flour, types of grain and history of grain. The DVD is divided into four didactic units that can be dealt with separately via its menu structure. Moreover, the menu offers additional pictorial and diagram material. With the varied worksheets, test tasks and colour foils, the learning content of the DVD can be consolidated and the topic "Grain" enlarged upon during lessons.