Elf Culture Montessori My First Book 5 - Food
MY FIRST BOOK series is made of non-woven fabric with high-quality environmentally-friendly dyes. With bright colors, exquisite embroidery and soft hand-made texture, every food ingredient has close-to-real touch, which does not only enhance the authenticity of the materials, but also increase our children’s interest in them!
Eating is an important aspect of life. Children should learn how to eat properly, healthily and beautifully from an early age!
Let’s explore the colourful, exquisite foods in Elf Culture's My First Book!
Open the book and wala! Flour transformed into delicious biscuits, hot breads, and colorful cakes in the oven. Colourful fruits like brown pineapples, green kiwis, red watermelons, and yellow lemons are cut into different shapes. Come and make them into fruit salads; delicious pasta is being fried by the chef, do you want some to eat? There is also a hot pizza. It is about to be ready. Give one piece to your father, one to mother, and the rest to your friends!
How dumplings are made? Chopped vegetables, onions, ginger and grounded meat are wrapped in dumpling skins. Done. That is simple, isn’t it?
When celebrating the Lunar New Year-Spring Festival, Chinese people, at home or abroad, love to pack dumplings in their own hands, and fill then with joy and heart.
Finally, vegetables! With skills experience, mom turns the vegetables into a warm and delicious dishes.
After reading all these above, are you feeling hungry? The charm of MY FIRST BOOK – FOOD is not only to make children feel “ah ~ look so real~”, but the magic is that our children readers can feel “ah ~ so hungry.” Provided with colorful pictures, our children will participate in different scenarios and interaction. The “delicious” pictures on each page let you and your children have a feeling of fullness in your body, mind and spirit.
Nutritious and delicious food is the daily needs of every child, giving us strength and health. Let’s explore the colorful, exquisite foods in MY FIRST BOOK. Learn to be grateful and thankful for food, develop good eating habits and learn to appreciate the effort of the farmers, chefs, father and mother!