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, green peppers 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 talk about them! Open the fridge and bring a “red pepper!” Put the baby in the seat and approach the seat next to the kitchen table. Point to the” red bell pepper “and say: A wonderful combination of tangy taste and crunchy texture, sweet red peppers are the Christmas ornaments of the vegetable world with their beautifully shaped glossy exterior!(while talking let the baby pass his hand on the pepper to feel its texture) Sweet and fruity red peppers are plump, bell-shaped vegetables featuring either three or four lobes! Bell peppers are not 'hot'. The primary substance that controls "hotness" in peppers is called “capsaicin”, and it's found in very small amounts in red peppers! By the way, “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 siblings. Red bell peppers contain almost 300 percent of your daily vitamin C intake. Besides being a powerful antioxidant, vitamin C is also needed for the proper absorption of iron. Red bell peppers are a great source of vitamin B6 and magnesium. They also help support healthy night vision. Red bell peppers are high in vitamin A, which helps to support healthy eyesight, especially night vision. They are packed with antioxidants. The combined effects of vitamin A and C create a great antioxidant capacity, and with lycopene in the mix, the red bell pepper becomes a top notch super food. 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! Approach the red pepper next to the baby’s nose and say: smell it baby, Mmm! Red pepper smells fresh and sweet! Put the red pepper in his hand and say:” Glossy!”Do you feel the glossy skin of the pepper? Cut the pepper into small pieces and put them in a bowl. Approach a tiny piece next to the baby’s mouth and let him lick it. Say: red pepper has a tangy taste!” Let the baby put his hands in the bowl in order to touch and mix the pieces say: “ wet and sweaty!” Guide him by playing and mixing the pieces together. (The baby will get excited when he feels the sweaty texture of the pepper; He may try to put a small piece in his mouth, so you have to keep an eye on him!) Let him do it by himself until he gets tired or not interested. Provide the rest time.
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