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FUN FOODS OF INDIA
Illustrator:ICG DESIGN STUDIO
No. of Pages:32
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FUN FOODS OF INDIA
Help your kids discover and learn about all the Fun Foods of India like Gola, Khandvi, Pav Bhaji, Bhutta, Samosas, and many more. They can make interesting craft items like the Dosa Greeting Scroll, Jalebi Gift Tag, Vada Pav Hand Puppet, and more.
There are also easy no-fire recipes like chocolate gulab jamuns, watermelon golas, and aloo chaat cone for kids to make on their own. Get the exciting Activity and General Knowledge book 'Fun Foods of India' Fun Foods of India It is a unique book that showcases our varied and rich food culture for young readers between 4 and 8 years of age.
The foods featured in this book are from different parts of India-- vada pav and pav bhaiji from Mumbai, momos from the east, dosas and murukkus from the south, gulab jamuns and samosas from the north, amongst many others.
The book is packed with interesting facts about each dish from India and around the world, mazes, join-the-dots, shadow matching, colouring-in, and also interesting and easy-to-do craft projects and recipes.
The crafts and recipes all use ingredients which are eco-friendly, inexpensive, and easily available at a local store or often at home itself. The recipes are all assembly-only and do not use any fire. However, they may still need an adult's supervision and help.
We have also taken care to use names for the children from different parts of the country and from different religious backgrounds, and to show the disabled or 'differently-abled' as part of mainstream life, enjoying our fun foods with the rest of the characters.
Brilliant ideas for projects, craft & simple recipes, providing exciting useful day to day experiences for the young mind with material and ingredients easily available.
- Lalitha V Iyer, Educationist
- Mrs. Meera Menon, Educationist and ex pre-primary supervisor, Utpal Sanghvi School, Mumbai
Fun Foods of India
Brilliant ideas for projects, craft & simple recipes, providing exciting useful day to day experiences for the young mind with material and ingredients easily available. ...
-Lalitha V Iyer, Educationist
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