Did you know? Kitchen science is a great blend of cultural and scientific learning.
The easiest way to safely explore the science chemical reactions is right in your kitchen! With just a few interesting materials, get kids interested in science and curious about the world around them!
So out with your lab coat and let’s explore!
There is Roti In My Lunchbox
Written by Niyati Desai-Kadakia, Illustrated by Shaunak Samvatsar“There is Roti in my lunch box” is a story about Neha, a 6-year-old second generation Indian-American girl, who is trying to understand why the food in her lunch box is always so different from what her friends bring. In her attempt to understand the cultural diversity around, she explores her own complex identity: She expresses her need to feel part of the community she finds herself in, eat the food her friends eat and not feel singled out; but at the same time, she wants to accept and feel pride of her unique cultural heritage.
Kitchen Science Experiments
We try out some fun and amazing kitchen science experiments with this month's kit. Get kids curious about the food they eat and open them up to different cuisines and unfamiliar food! Food is both science and culture. Get your child working across different domains and making connections that form the fulcrum of critical thinking.Subscribe to Toka Explorer Gift a Box
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