Say : Now it’s kitchen time! Let’s go to the kitchen and look for some smelly-tasty kinds of vegetables! Let’s walk to the kitchen! Make the walk fun .Sing ((There are many colored vegetables and fruits-They are good for you. Red peppers are red, I'll eat a few, cilantro and parsley are green, I'll eat them too) while walking with him, say: here we are. This is our kitchen where we will find vegetables and herbs and talk about them! Open the fridge and bring a “red pepper”, some parsley stems, and a cilantro stem! Put the baby in the seat and approach the seat next to the kitchen table. Hold up the” red pepper “and say: “Did you know that green peppers are just unripe red peppers? Because they are not fully mature, they have a bitter after taste, and half the vitamin C and 1/10th the vitamin A compared to their red or orange siblings. Red peppers have a mild sweet flavor and crisp juice flesh. Hold up the pepper and say: “red” show it to the baby and say: Look at the color. “red! This pepper is red. It’s a red pepper!” Red signifies a pioneering spirit and leadership qualities, promoting ambition and determination. If you favor the personality color red you have a passion and enthusiasm for life and are not afraid to pursue your dreams and goals. Now, hold up the stem and say: cilantro! Show it to the baby and say: “cilantro!” Cilantro is a leafy green herb with a pungent, herbaceous flavor and distinct fragrance. It has dark green, hairless, soft leaves that vary in shape (point to the parts of the plant during explanation. Notice that the baby follows your finger’s movements). Cilantro is considered both an herb and a spice since both its leaves and seeds are used as a seasoning condiment! Cilantro is green! Look at the color! green! Cilantro is green. It’s a green cilantro. Green is an emotionally positive color, giving us the ability to love and nurture ourselves and others unconditionally. Having a personality color green means you are kind, generous and compassionate. A natural peacemaker and a practical, down-to- earth person, with love to nature. Now, hold up the stems and say: look, “Parsley!” the bright green leaves of parsley are divided into feather like sections. They have a sharp, peppery taste and pleasant flavor. This herb is very rich in vitamin”K’ that helps building strong bones. Vitamin “C that is a powerful anti-inflammatory, and helps functioning the immune system. In another word, parsley is highly nutritious and healing herb. Hold the stems facing the baby’s eyes, point to the leaves and say: Green! Look at the color.” green!” Parsley is green. It is green parsley! Finally, Cut the” red pepper” into squares and put them in a bowl. Put the stems of parsley in a second bowl. Now, cut the cilantro and put them in a third bowl. Put each bowl alone in front of the baby and allow time to play with the slices by himself (he may try to taste the slices, so keep him under your control) and feel the textures. Provide the rest time.
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