5 fun food role-playing games for little ones

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It’s common to ask kids to stop “playing with their food,” however, when playtime rolls around, food and fun go hand in hand. Role-playing games involving grocery stores, cooking, restaurants, and other food-centric activities and scenarios, can be excellent opportunities to teach kids about flavors, colors and numbers. They can also model how to interact in common social situations and help kids develop a healthy relationship with food. With that in mind, here are a few toys and games to try with little foodies: 1. Run an Ice Cream Cart: Learning is sweet when pretending to run an ice cream cart. The Scoop & Learn Ice Cream Cart from LeapFrog, for ages 2 years and up, lets kids create a variety of imaginative and tasty-looking ice cream combinations using four flavors of ice c
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