Say: Now it’s kitchen time! Let’s go to the kitchen and look for some smelly-tasty vegetables! Let’s walk to the kitchen! Make the walk fun .Sing (There are many colored vegetables and fruits-They are good for you. Corn is yellow, I'll eat a few, eggplants are purple, I'll eat them too) while walking with him. Say: here we are. This is our kitchen where we can see food and drinks, learn to cook, and eat Yummy food! We can learn nutrition too! Now will search for two kinds of vegetables in our fridge, we will talk about them and compare their colors! Put the baby in the seat and approach the seat next to the kitchen table. Reach out and bring an eggplant and a corn”! Hold up the vegetable and say:”purple!” Show it to the baby and say “purple! Eggplant is purple, it’s a purple eggplant” Eggplant has a deep purple, glossy skin encasing cream colored, sponge-like flesh dotted with small edible seeds. It has a pleasantly bitter taste.(While talking to the baby, keep passing his hands on the vegetable) Eggplants fall into two broad categories, either oval shaped, or thin and elongated. Eggplant is very low in calories but loaded with”Vitamins” and “Minerals”. Now, hold up” the cob of corn” and say:” yellow!” Show it to the baby and say “Yellow! Corn is yellow, it’s a yellow corn” Corn grows in "ears," each of which is covered in rows of kernels that are then protected by the silk-like threads called "corn silk" and encased in a husk. Corn is a "snack" food that comes in the form of popcorn and corn chips. For still others, corn is a "special summertime food" that is essential at barbecues and cookout. Corn not only provides the necessary calories for healthy, daily metabolism, but is also a rich source of vitamins A, B, E and many minerals. Its high fiber content ensures that it plays a significant role in the prevention of digestive ailments like constipation. The antioxidants present in corn also act as anti-carcinogenic agents and prevent Alzheimer’s disease. . Look at the two colors ” purple and yellow” put the eggplant and corn on the table in front of the baby, point to both and say: these colors are called: ”Complementary colors!” Complementary colors lay exactly opposite each other on the color wheel. (Show the baby the color wheel and point to the colors) In the simple color wheel you just look at yellow is complementary to purple, red is complementary to green, and blue is complementary to orange. When complementary colors are placed next to each other, both look bright! To make the idea of complementary colors easier to understand, Iet’s look at the color wheel, and put each vegetable on its color and observe their bright colors.
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