International Food Bazaar
Toward the end of our project, the children had been talking about food from their homes and cultures so we discussed and decided to have our parents bring them and share them with each other. Besides, the book that we read this week was Yoko, a Japanese girl who felt terrible that the other kids was making fun of her lunch until her teacher decided to have an international food day. The result was amazing, we had food from Somalia, Vietnam, Ecuador, Hmong, Mexico and or course North America. We invited people from WTG office and all the children's parents to join us and enjoy the feast!
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