Busy Little Hands: Food Play!: Activities for Preschoolers

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Do you want to show your preschooler they can cook? This book is for you! It has simple fun recipes that they can do in the kitchen with a little help from and adult. The recipes are centered around healthy foods for kids.

Recipes: The instructions seemed simple and clear. I thought they were very age appropriate. Everything was fun and great for kids to learn about making themselves food. I personally thought the bread swirls were a fun creative activity to help my child learn how to cut, spread, and roll something into a fun shape. When the adult cuts it, it is just a cool looking snack.

Photographs: The pictures were great. It also helped non-readers to understand the instructions as well. They were bright and fun.

Kid Appeal: My three-year-old took the book and told me we are going to make watermelon juice. She liked cutting the watermelon and the squishing them in a baggie.

Parent Appeal: I loved that my child could learn to make something for themselves.

Age Range: 3 to 6 years. I think older kids could benefit from using this book, too.

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Author Amy Palanjian
Star Count /5
Format Hard
Page Count 48 pages
Publisher Storey Publishing
Publish Date 2020-Nov-10
ISBN 9781635862676
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Issue December 2020
Category Children's


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