Sunday, 17 August 2008

Don’t Play with your Food!

When I was young a commonly used parental phrase - as one tried to hide the hated egg whites under a piece of lettuce or mash the rhubarb crumble so that the amount left on the plate looked smaller – was “Please don’t play with your food”.

Fortunately, the folk who created these did play with their food:-

The above five are from a Russian website. The following ones have circulated on the web so much that it’s hard to be certain of their original source though it may be a book called ‘Food for Thought’ by Joost Elffers and Saxton Freymann. It's “an educational book for preschoolers and first graders that teaches counting, numerical concepts, shapes, colors, letters, and other stuff that little ones love to learn about.”

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