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Time for a bit more chopstick practice with more stir fried noodles.
It's a swirling whirling dragon!!!
Just wait until you see who is following it moving to the sound of the drum beat!
What is that balloon for? You may well ask. The Bright Little Buttons will very soon tell you that (on this occasion) it's a pearl!
It was quite a hit with most of the Bright Little Buttons! Especially the Picasso inspired 'Seated Boys wearing hats in the shape of a fish.' :D
One Bright Little Buttons' daddy has been to China! Today we were very lucky to try some of the green tea he brought home with him.
I think it's safe to say that our vegetable noodle stirfry was a success and the Bright Little Buttons are looking forward to learning more about China!
...sucking them up like spaghetti proved a popular technique as well :)
Some persevered with chopsticks, while others soon swapped their's for a fork...
It turned out that they could manage very well!
A quick cooking demonstration later and we were all wondering how the Bright Little Buttons would manage eating such long noodles!
Chop! Snip! Slice! Snap! the Bright Little Buttons had soon prepared a big bowl of vegetables ready to be cooked.
Fortunately, vegetable and noodle stirfry wasn't too disappointing an idea and the vegetables were soon cleaned ready to be sliced.
The Bright Little Buttons were pleased ingredients out when they arrived at nursery today. Some thought we might be making more soup while others thought, rather hopefully, that perhaps we might make cake!
What a beautifull lion. We are looking forward to finding out more about lion and dragon dances next week ;) .
We enjoyed trying them and are now waiting for good fortune to arrive! :D
Spring rolls are eaten at new year as they look like gold bars and it is hoped that eating them can bring wealth.
We found out that chinese children get given lucky money packets at new year. The Bright Little Buttons made some for themselves and hoped that they would be lucky too!
Gung hay fat choy! The Bright Little Buttons have all been keen to try on the chinese clothes that are part of our collection of chinese artefacts. Don't they look smart?
Add the stock.
Once the vegetables were cooked we used the blender - it was SO noisy!
Delicious! Please can I have some more? :D
Mmmm! Yummy!
Season.
Slice!
Chop!
Once we had weighed our ingredients the Bright Little Buttons made sure they were SO clean before they started chopping them.
Each day they decided which combination of vegetables to use. Tuesday was carrot, parsnip, potato and onion. Wednesday was carrot, potato, onion and leek and today they choose broccoli, onion and potato.
The Bright Little Buttons were very keen to get to work when they saw all the delicious vegetables there were to choose from.
...or a snow rabbit though! :)
Busy, busy, busy! Not too busy to design a robot...
Grading colours from lightest to darkest and practicing writing numerals.
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