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January 4 is National Spaghetti Day! We had lots of fun coming up with some entertaining ways to read and celebrate the holiday.
More Spaghetti, I Say! Is a silly book. The story focuses on Minnie, a monkey with a particular fascination with spaghetti.
Teddy really, really, REALLY loves spaghetti. What he doesn’t love is getting teased at school. When Teddy takes his favorite food to lunch, a bully calls him a not-so-nice name: TED-DY SPA-GHET-TI! Will Teddy let his new nickname prevent him from enjoying what he loves most?
You should never feed a yeti spaghetti, offer a llama a banana, or give a cheetah a fajita! Find out why in this hilarious rhyming book. Each animal has a giant open mouth and big, felt teeth, so children can reach through the holes to mimic feeding them!
Who doesn’t love a family game night to go with a tasty dinner at home?
A classic preschool game that is sure to increase motor skills function, practicing taking turns, and following directions.
Cooking is a great way to introduce the process of taking steps and following directions. If a child is too young to cook, they can help wipe down and set the table as well as help with clean-up. Ready, Steady, Spaghetti is a cookbook all about cooking with kids and it includes some pretty tasty recipes for spaghetti!