In recent years, increasing attention has been focused on developing Kindergarten children's acquisition of 21st-century digital skills and competencies. New educational technologies have been created to engage students in computational thinking activities. In addition, the use and teaching of robotics have been increasingly studied in recent years, as research data has shown recommendations and positive outcomes for students and teachers. As global demand for food and non-food products continues to grow, primarily driven by population and income growth, the challenge of addressing resource depletion and climate change is also expected to increase. This intervention aims to present the global food system and food waste phenomenon to toddlers through an educational scenario for kindergarten using educational robotics and STEM methodology.