# Kitchen time

Say: Now it’s kitchen time! Let’s go to the kitchen and look for some smelly-tasty fruits and vegetables! Let’s walk to the kitchen! Make the walk fun .Sing (There are many colored vegetables and fruits-They are good for you. Beetroots are red, I'll eat a few, cucumbers are green, I'll eat them too) while walking with him, say: here we are. This is our kitchen where we will choose some types of food and make an amazing activity! Put the baby in the seat and approach the seat next to the kitchen table. Open the fridge and bring two from each kind of vegetables (carrots, tomatoes, beetroots and cucumbers), take two apples and two oranges from the fruit bowl! Put them all on the kitchen table in front of the baby! Then divide them into two groups. Each contains the six kinds of food. Say: “Are you ready?” “I think you are curious to know what I am going to do! Watch me now!” Say: I will cut the first group into shapes! Cut the orange, apple and tomato into squares; cucumber, beetroot and carrot into rectangles. Put the shapes next to the real food. Take the orange, show it to the baby and say: orange! Let’s find its shape. Point to the beetroot rectangular shape, ask: Is it the one? No! The pulp of the orange fruit is orange in color. Point to the orange square shape and say: Yes! Here it is! It’s square. Put the fruit and its shape in front of the baby. Then, take the cucumber, show it to the baby and say: Cucumber! Let’s find its shape. Point to the beetroot rectangular shape, ask: Is it the one? No! Cucumber’s peel is dark green; its flesh is light green, so it doesn’t match the cucumber. Point to the cucumber rectangular shape and say: this is the one that matches the cucumber. Again put the fruit and Its shape in front of the baby. Now, hold up the tomato, show it to the baby and say: Tomato! Let’s match tomato to its shape. Put the tomato next to the carrot’s rectangular shape, ask: Is it the one? No! Tomato has red peel and flesh. Put it next to the tomato’s square shape and say: Yes! Here it is! It’s the correct one. Put the vegetable and its shape in front of the baby, and take the beetroot bulb. Show it to the baby and say: beetroot! Where is the shape that matches this bulb? Put the beetroot next to the carrot’s rectangular shape, ask: What do you think baby, Is it the one? No! Beetroot has red peel and flesh. Put it next to the beetroot’s rectangular shape and say: Yes! Here is the shape that matches this root! Look what is left! Hold up the carrot and say: Carrot! Approach it to the last rectangular shape. Ask: do they match? Yes both are orange in color even if we smell them, we find the same smell. Provide the rest time.

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