Silverware

Some foods are eaten with your fingers. They are finger foods. Fresh fruit is a finger food. Crackers and cookies are finger foods. String cheese is a finger food.

 

Some foods are not finger foods. You must use silverware to eat foods like soup, eggs, and pie. Lul learns how to use silverware. She learns how to use a knife, fork, and spoon.

Lul learns how to use a knife. She uses it to cut fish and meat. She uses it to spread butter on her bread.

Lul learns how to use a fork. She uses a fork to eat meat, rice, and pasta. She uses a fork to eat French toast and eggs.

Lul learns how to use a spoon. She uses it to stir her oatmeal. She uses a spoon to eat sauce, soup, and ice cream.

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