Here’s What Kids All Around the World Eat for Breakfast

It is believed that the breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Let’s take a look at the variety of foods that are eaten in the morning by children from different countries. If you are bored with cornflakes, yogurt, scrambled eggs, I advise you to borrow a couple of ideas from the breakfasts of other cultures.

Saki Suzuki, 2 years and 6 months, Tokyo
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Doga Gunce Gursoy, 8 years old, Istanbul
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Nathanaël Witschi Picard, 6 years old, Paris
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Emily Kathumba, 7 years old, Chitedze, Malawi

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Birta Gudrun Brynjarsdottir, 3 ½ years old, Reykjavik, Iceland

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Viv Bourdrez, 5 years old, Amsterdam

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Aricia Domenica Ferreira, 4 years old, and Hakim Jorge Ferreira Gomes, 2 years old, São Paulo, Brazil

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Phillip Kamtengo, 4 years old, and Shelleen Kamtengo, 4 years old, Chitedze, Malawi

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Koki Hayashi, 4 years old, Tokyo

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Oyku Ozarslan, 9 years old, Istanbul

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Tiago Bueno Young, 3 years old, São Paulo, Brazil

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