Lola can’t imagine a world where she will ever eat tomatoes, carrots, peas, fishfingers or mashed potato. Will her brother Charlie’s stories help Lola to change her mind?
Make your day a Book Themed Day!
A Book Themed Day is an awesome way of bringing stories to life – especially when it comes to mealtimes. The Happy Mummy site suggests creating some delicious tomato-themed dishes with your child here. The bruschetta looks particularly appealing!
Make a vegetable–themed superhero cape
Charlie uses his imagination to encourage Lola to eat different food – in a similar spirit, here is another imaginative way to celebrate vegetables.
Grilled veggie skewers
Kids love getting involved in creating veggie kebabs – and building these colourful skewers might broaden their vegetable horizons.
Charlie and Lola paper dolls
The traditional activity of making paper dolls gets the Charlie and Lola treatment. Have a go at making your own over here.
This is a very cute project for Lola fans and a great opportunity to showcase their colouring skills.