Lima's Red Hot Chilli
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A little girl called Lima arrives home very hungry. Her Mum tells her that there is plenty of food in the kitchen, but she must not eat the red hot chilli. Lima looks at lots of different foods, but none of them are quite right; the coconut was too hard and the samosas were too cold. Lima decided to try the red hot chilli, but it was so hot that her mouth felt as if it were on fire! Her family all give her different foods and drinks to stop her mouth from burning, but in the end her Grandma comes to the rescue giving her a glass of milk. This story introduces children to different types of food and drink. In EYFS and KS1 I would use this to plan for an activity on food tasting. The children could role-play being Lima and trying all of the different foods. I would then ask the children to describe what the food looked like, how it tasted and its texture. Lima's Red Hot Chilli by David Mills is a fantastic, colourful book which would be great to read to children in reception or KS1.
This week, we are looking at two aspects of the past and comparing it to modern life – household items as well as school life. With your child play a call and response game – taking turns with one of you suggesting something Lima might have tried and the other one replying with how it tasted. You could use foods mentioned in the story and add your own ideas, for example: 1 st person – Lima tried the coconut, 2 nd person – But it was too hard. 1 st person – Lima tried the lemon, 2 nd person – But it was too bitter. Visit a food market I loved reading this book to my children in my SBT 1. I read it over and over again to them over a period of two weeks and I never got bored of it myself. urn:lcp:limasredhotchill0000mill:epub:c699273c-ffa5-4753-aecb-67306bc2f167 Foldoutcount 0 Identifier limasredhotchill0000mill Identifier-ark ark:/13960/s25t0gpmqv1 Invoice 1652 Isbn 1852695420 Ocr tesseract 5.0.0-1-g862e Ocr_detected_lang km Ocr_detected_lang_conf 1.0000 Ocr_detected_script Latin Ocr_detected_script_conf 0.9593 Ocr_module_version 0.0.15 Ocr_parameters -l eng+khm Old_pallet IA-NS-2000594 Openlibrary_edition Chn make a list of 3 food items they like – draw them and describe it using noun phrases, expanded noun phrasesThe class and I enjoyed reading the story and role playing Limas families attempts to cool down Limas mouth. The story book is in two different languages, making it a get choice of book in schools with a high number of EAL students. Following the lesson, the children had an opportunity to taste different food and there was a focus on their reactions to different types of food. In the next lesson, the children will have an opportunity to write about the food they tried and describe their reactions to the food. I also feel that Lima's Red Hot Chilli teaches children about the importance of trial and error – Lima's family tried lots of different ways to try and stop her mouth from burning until they found something that worked. In a classroom I would ask the children if they could think of any other things that might help Lima and why, or think of another scenario to see if they could come up with some options. How could they convince me that it would work? Cook a chilli recipe together – here are two options Chilli con carne for kids recipe | Cooking with my kids Kid Friendly, Easy Vegetarian Chili Recipe (kitchencounterchronicle.com) Vegetable Chilli | Parent Club Paint a fiery picture
Books, flash cards, posters and other products must be unmarked, unwritten on, unbent, and in new condition.Hope you are continuing to practise the new sounds you learn. Remember your sound buttons. Daily Phonics lessons provided by Ruth Miskin Training via this link: Daily Phonics lessons by Ruth Miskin Training. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCo7fbLgY2oA_cFCIg9GdxtQ?fbclid=IwAR2EtV9dAsW0AiY8CIm-aHzPMnL8bJEPxflxhGxsLa715o9205yCPXHXJc8 Mrs Ramakrishnan &Mrs Jeevahan’s group please follow set 3 Numeracy: Tell the children that Lima wants to say thank you to them for writing such beautiful letters to her and helping her remember. But she does not know how many children there are and therefore how many things she will need for the picnic. Here, you could set up a pretend picnic where the children are using their imagination being in role play and also learning how to count objects and say how many are needed, etc etc. If possible, visit a local fruit and vegetable market and look at the foods on display and talk about what you see. Tasting Creative Curriculum: Tell the children that Lima wants to do something for her family to say thank you to them for helping her feel better. Tell the children she wants to make, maybe, something to eat (something obviously really simple for reception children such as toast, bagels). Within this, children can be talking about how they could say thank you to someone for being nice and caring towards them.