Stenciling their names on the Apron and Hat require fine motor skills as well as coordination to hold the stencil steady and visually gauge whether they are dabbing the correct areas. Having their own Apron and Hat will encourage preschoolers to help out in the kitchen, learning vital life skills!
Author: Sumi Chandrasekharan, Illustrations: Zafouko Yamamoto
Adapted from a familiar Indian folk tale, the story is about Ponnu, a forgetful man. Ponnu eats delicious Kozhukattas at his friend Kunju’s house. But he knows he will forget the name of the food by the time he gets home. He repeats the word “Kozhukatta” to himself all the way home. But a trip and a bump on his head, makes him forget again. Does poor Ponnu get to eat the delicious Kozhukattas again when he can’t remember what to call them?
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