Thursday, September 3, 2009

Learning How to Cut Vegetables

Yesterday, Juan Or took his cousin sister's masak-masak (cooking) set (which was left behind in Grandma's and Grandpa's house) to play with. By the way, nowadays masak-masak set is one step more sophisticated than what Mommy played with long time ago. This set has a tomato, lamb chop and tempura that can be cut into two pieces and these pieces can be joined back again into an intact piece via velcro on the cross-section sides. Since this set comes with a toy knife and chopping board as well, so Mommy showed Juan Or how to cut them. After that only did Mommy hold Juan Or's hand to guide him in cutting them apart. Finally, Mommy let Juan Or control the knife himself while Mommy held the 'food' in place and voila, Juan Or managed to cut them! And everytime Juan Or managed to cut them apart, Juan Or would shout and kick in rejoice. Watch this video:


video

6 comments:

smallkucing said...

Very clever. Soon he will be standing on a chair, cooking Maggi Mee for Mummy's supper :p

little prince's mummy said...

Can help mama to cut vege.. :)

Merryn said...

good motor skills..

mNhL said...

hahaha.....Look at him ! So happy with the toys!!!

Alice Phua said...

Actually there were times when Juan Or just couldn't position the knife properly to cut them (even up to today), so he started fretting and shouting in anger and frusfration...something like crying.

cheeyee said...

Hey where can get a set of the toy? Would like to get one for my kids. Lynn got a cooking set toy too, but the food cannot be cut.