Some day you will be old enough to start reading fairy tales again.
Fairytales help young readers develop critical thinking skills and promote the development of the imagination. As Albert Einstein said, “if you want children to be intelligent read them fairytales”. Fairytales also aid in building emotional resilience in a safe environment (reading with a trusted adult) through exposure and guided conversation. This theme is designed to help develop these skills in a fun and exciting manner.
What is included:
There are 3 fabulous books in your box
The Three Little Pigs and the Big Bad Book, Lucy Rowland and Ben Mantle - Your reader will enjoy this wonderful take on the classic Three Little Pigs story.
Don't Pick Your Nose, Pinocchio, Steve Smallman and Neil Price - Your reader will follow Pinocchio as he learns about good hygiene and being a real boy.
The Frog Prince, Campbell Books - Your reader will love this interactive adaptation of this classic fairytale.
The individual book guides included in the parent booklet will provide an overview of these wonderful books, suggestions on how to enhance the reading experience and educational tips to extend your reader.
Book inspired play activities and crafts for your bigger reader:
Three Little Pigs colouring in
Three Little Pigs spot the difference
Fairytale alpha sort
Book inspired play activities and crafts for your little reader:
Gemstone roll and cover
Prince Charming maze
Frog Prince colouring in
Fairytale scavenger hunt
Fairytale complete the pattern
1 hands on craft activity for your bigger reader:
Three Little Pigs Hand Puppets
1 hands on craft activity for your little reader:
Royal Crown craft
The engagement gift for your bigger reader is a fun fairytale character whistle, perfect for hours of musical play.
The engagement gift for your little reader is a Little Red Riding Hood finger puppet, perfect for some fun fairytale re-enactment.
A fun to make, delicious fairytale pizze recipe your reader will love creating.