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It's a scenario most parents know all too well -- a messy toddler in a highchair poking, smearing, and throwing food. But a new US study finds that the more your child plays with his or her food, the more he or she is learning. Word learning increases, because children at that age are "used to seeing nonsolid things in this context, when they're eating," says Larissa Samuelson, head researcher and associate professor in psychology. In a new study published this week in the journal Developmental Science, Samuelson and her team exposed 72 toddlers to 14 nonsolid objects, mostly food and drinks such as applesauce, pudding, juice, and soup.