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Foods We Eat
6 6
6 6 6
Last night, I ate a
chapati made of
bajra with jaggery
(gur).
I cooked dal and rice.
Yesterday no food was
cooked in my house.
Ammi had cooked kheer and
poori which I don't like. So I
ate an omelette instead.
My mother cooked
fish. I ate lots of it.
It was really tasty.
I went to the gurudwara
with my grandmother for
the langar. We ate dal
and chapati.
My mother brought
noodles for us from the
house where she works.
We enjoyed eating it.
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38
Foods We Eat
6 6
6 6 6
Last night, I ate a
chapati made of
bajra with jaggery
(gur).
I cooked dal and rice.
Yesterday no food was
cooked in my house.
Ammi had cooked kheer and
poori which I don't like. So I
ate an omelette instead.
My mother cooked
fish. I ate lots of it.
It was really tasty.
I went to the gurudwara
with my grandmother for
the langar. We ate dal
and chapati.
My mother brought
noodles for us from the
house where she works.
We enjoyed eating it.
38
2019-20
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not to be republished
39
What did you eat yesterday? Write it on the plate shown
below.
i  Now on the blackboard write the names of all the
     food items that you have written on your plate.
i Did all the children in the class eat the same food
items yesterday? Why?
i You must have noticed that in the picture (Page 36)
there is one child in whose house no food was cooked.
What could be the reason?
i Has it ever happened to you that on some day you
were very hungry but there was nothing to eat? If yes,
why ?
i How do you know that you are hungry?
i How do you feel when you are hungry?
It is important to develop a rapport with children and create an
environment where they can express themselves freely and their views
are heard with tolerance. By knowing about what others eat we become
more aware and lose some of our inhibitions regarding different food
habits. This will help us to understand others better.
2019-20
© NCERT 
not to be republished
Page 3


38
Foods We Eat
6 6
6 6 6
Last night, I ate a
chapati made of
bajra with jaggery
(gur).
I cooked dal and rice.
Yesterday no food was
cooked in my house.
Ammi had cooked kheer and
poori which I don't like. So I
ate an omelette instead.
My mother cooked
fish. I ate lots of it.
It was really tasty.
I went to the gurudwara
with my grandmother for
the langar. We ate dal
and chapati.
My mother brought
noodles for us from the
house where she works.
We enjoyed eating it.
38
2019-20
© NCERT 
not to be republished
39
What did you eat yesterday? Write it on the plate shown
below.
i  Now on the blackboard write the names of all the
     food items that you have written on your plate.
i Did all the children in the class eat the same food
items yesterday? Why?
i You must have noticed that in the picture (Page 36)
there is one child in whose house no food was cooked.
What could be the reason?
i Has it ever happened to you that on some day you
were very hungry but there was nothing to eat? If yes,
why ?
i How do you know that you are hungry?
i How do you feel when you are hungry?
It is important to develop a rapport with children and create an
environment where they can express themselves freely and their views
are heard with tolerance. By knowing about what others eat we become
more aware and lose some of our inhibitions regarding different food
habits. This will help us to understand others better.
2019-20
© NCERT 
not to be republished
40
Vipul’s family Vipul’s family Vipul’s family Vipul’s family Vipul’s family
In Vipul's family, there are some members who do not eat what
Vipul eats. Do you think these people ‘do not eat’ or ‘cannot eat’
what Vipul eats?
Let us read about Vipul's family.
While returning home from school, Vipul bought a bhutta
(corncob).
He reached home and  asked his mother – Where is Chhutki?
I want to see her.
His mother replied – Chhutki is in the room upstairs.
Vipul caught his grandmother’s hand and said – You also
come upstairs with me. His mother stopped him – I have soaked
Ba’s chapati in dal. Let her first have her meal.
Have you put sugar in the dal? After coming to Nagpur you
have forgotten our own way of making food – said Dadi to Vipul’s
mother.
I have tasted the dal. It has been prepared well – replied
Vipul’s mother.
Vipul picked up his grandmother’s plate and ran upstairs.
He asked her to follow him quickly.
When I was your age I could run up a hill in the same time –
said Dadi.
Vipul gave the bhutta he was eating to his Mami, washed his
hands and lifted little Chhutki.
Suddenly Chhutki started crying. She is hungry – said Mami.
She sat down to feed Chhutki.
i Why was Dadi not able to climb the stairs quickly?
i How does Dadi like to have her dal?
2019-20
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38
Foods We Eat
6 6
6 6 6
Last night, I ate a
chapati made of
bajra with jaggery
(gur).
I cooked dal and rice.
Yesterday no food was
cooked in my house.
Ammi had cooked kheer and
poori which I don't like. So I
ate an omelette instead.
My mother cooked
fish. I ate lots of it.
It was really tasty.
I went to the gurudwara
with my grandmother for
the langar. We ate dal
and chapati.
My mother brought
noodles for us from the
house where she works.
We enjoyed eating it.
38
2019-20
© NCERT 
not to be republished
39
What did you eat yesterday? Write it on the plate shown
below.
i  Now on the blackboard write the names of all the
     food items that you have written on your plate.
i Did all the children in the class eat the same food
items yesterday? Why?
i You must have noticed that in the picture (Page 36)
there is one child in whose house no food was cooked.
What could be the reason?
i Has it ever happened to you that on some day you
were very hungry but there was nothing to eat? If yes,
why ?
i How do you know that you are hungry?
i How do you feel when you are hungry?
It is important to develop a rapport with children and create an
environment where they can express themselves freely and their views
are heard with tolerance. By knowing about what others eat we become
more aware and lose some of our inhibitions regarding different food
habits. This will help us to understand others better.
2019-20
© NCERT 
not to be republished
40
Vipul’s family Vipul’s family Vipul’s family Vipul’s family Vipul’s family
In Vipul's family, there are some members who do not eat what
Vipul eats. Do you think these people ‘do not eat’ or ‘cannot eat’
what Vipul eats?
Let us read about Vipul's family.
While returning home from school, Vipul bought a bhutta
(corncob).
He reached home and  asked his mother – Where is Chhutki?
I want to see her.
His mother replied – Chhutki is in the room upstairs.
Vipul caught his grandmother’s hand and said – You also
come upstairs with me. His mother stopped him – I have soaked
Ba’s chapati in dal. Let her first have her meal.
Have you put sugar in the dal? After coming to Nagpur you
have forgotten our own way of making food – said Dadi to Vipul’s
mother.
I have tasted the dal. It has been prepared well – replied
Vipul’s mother.
Vipul picked up his grandmother’s plate and ran upstairs.
He asked her to follow him quickly.
When I was your age I could run up a hill in the same time –
said Dadi.
Vipul gave the bhutta he was eating to his Mami, washed his
hands and lifted little Chhutki.
Suddenly Chhutki started crying. She is hungry – said Mami.
She sat down to feed Chhutki.
i Why was Dadi not able to climb the stairs quickly?
i How does Dadi like to have her dal?
2019-20
© NCERT 
not to be republished
41
What can they eat What they can not eat
Ask your elders and fill in the table.
So this was about things that we can or cannot eat. Do
we eat all the things that we can eat? Not always.
Let us talk about those things that we do eat.
Put  on the things that you eat often.
rice wheat barley oats
maize millet kappa (tapioca) ragi
Most of our food is made of these things. Depending
on what grows easily at which place, different things are
eaten at different places.
i How many persons in the story can eat bhutta easily
and why?
i Can all old people eat bhutta? Why?
i For four months Chhutki will have only her mother’s
milk. That is her only food. Why?
Child
Young
Old
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38
Foods We Eat
6 6
6 6 6
Last night, I ate a
chapati made of
bajra with jaggery
(gur).
I cooked dal and rice.
Yesterday no food was
cooked in my house.
Ammi had cooked kheer and
poori which I don't like. So I
ate an omelette instead.
My mother cooked
fish. I ate lots of it.
It was really tasty.
I went to the gurudwara
with my grandmother for
the langar. We ate dal
and chapati.
My mother brought
noodles for us from the
house where she works.
We enjoyed eating it.
38
2019-20
© NCERT 
not to be republished
39
What did you eat yesterday? Write it on the plate shown
below.
i  Now on the blackboard write the names of all the
     food items that you have written on your plate.
i Did all the children in the class eat the same food
items yesterday? Why?
i You must have noticed that in the picture (Page 36)
there is one child in whose house no food was cooked.
What could be the reason?
i Has it ever happened to you that on some day you
were very hungry but there was nothing to eat? If yes,
why ?
i How do you know that you are hungry?
i How do you feel when you are hungry?
It is important to develop a rapport with children and create an
environment where they can express themselves freely and their views
are heard with tolerance. By knowing about what others eat we become
more aware and lose some of our inhibitions regarding different food
habits. This will help us to understand others better.
2019-20
© NCERT 
not to be republished
40
Vipul’s family Vipul’s family Vipul’s family Vipul’s family Vipul’s family
In Vipul's family, there are some members who do not eat what
Vipul eats. Do you think these people ‘do not eat’ or ‘cannot eat’
what Vipul eats?
Let us read about Vipul's family.
While returning home from school, Vipul bought a bhutta
(corncob).
He reached home and  asked his mother – Where is Chhutki?
I want to see her.
His mother replied – Chhutki is in the room upstairs.
Vipul caught his grandmother’s hand and said – You also
come upstairs with me. His mother stopped him – I have soaked
Ba’s chapati in dal. Let her first have her meal.
Have you put sugar in the dal? After coming to Nagpur you
have forgotten our own way of making food – said Dadi to Vipul’s
mother.
I have tasted the dal. It has been prepared well – replied
Vipul’s mother.
Vipul picked up his grandmother’s plate and ran upstairs.
He asked her to follow him quickly.
When I was your age I could run up a hill in the same time –
said Dadi.
Vipul gave the bhutta he was eating to his Mami, washed his
hands and lifted little Chhutki.
Suddenly Chhutki started crying. She is hungry – said Mami.
She sat down to feed Chhutki.
i Why was Dadi not able to climb the stairs quickly?
i How does Dadi like to have her dal?
2019-20
© NCERT 
not to be republished
41
What can they eat What they can not eat
Ask your elders and fill in the table.
So this was about things that we can or cannot eat. Do
we eat all the things that we can eat? Not always.
Let us talk about those things that we do eat.
Put  on the things that you eat often.
rice wheat barley oats
maize millet kappa (tapioca) ragi
Most of our food is made of these things. Depending
on what grows easily at which place, different things are
eaten at different places.
i How many persons in the story can eat bhutta easily
and why?
i Can all old people eat bhutta? Why?
i For four months Chhutki will have only her mother’s
milk. That is her only food. Why?
Child
Young
Old
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Find out where each of these things is eaten more.
We not only eat different things but we also use
the same things to prepare a variety of food
items. Find out and write what all can be
prepared from rice and wheat.
Chapati
Wheat Halwa
Likes and dislikes Likes and dislikes Likes and dislikes Likes and dislikes Likes and dislikes
Are your likes and dislikes similar to that of
© your family members?
© your friends?
How many things did you write? Similarly, different pulses,
vegetables, fruits, meat, etc., are eaten in different places. People
have different likes and dislikes. Let us talk about it.
Write the names of three food items you like to eat and
three that you dislike.
Like
Dislike
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