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Fun Fairy Tales For Kids 

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A Collection of Short Fairy Tales for Children to Inspire their Imagination

 

 
 
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Published:  April 26, 2012
 
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Slide 1: ==== ==== Attention Parents and Grandparents who are looking for a children’s book with a difference. http://69gloster.fresian1.hop.clickbank.net ==== ==== Fairy tales a necessary part of childhood? A fairy tale is a little snippet of life. It's a fantasized story portraying the goodness and evil in life. A fairy tale is told in a manner in which a child can relate to and understand. As parents, don't we try to shield our children from the harsh realities of life? Don't we all strive for love and freedom and happiness? For justice and fairness and goodness? A fairy tale allows your child to think about those realities, but in a manner that feels like play. In the fairy tale, wrongs are righted, injuries are healed. Patience and virtue, love, goodness and happiness triumph. Your child feels good about the outcome and gets the sense that all is right with the world, yet still understands that bad stuff can happen. Most adults have forgotten how to play. We even make it ok to forget by giving it a name: Maturity. There! Now, it's alright. We've forgotten what it was like to be a child. Grown up life gets in the way of fun and play and imagination. Playfulness is a normal characteristic of our human spirit. When we play we can forget the oppression of work and chores and clocks. It's a freedom we should all be allowed to enjoy, not just our children. Play allows us to be free and creative and joyful. Put self consciousness aside and just have fun. Fairy tales allow us to freely play with our kids, while teaching at the same time, and all within the confines of a story. Fairy tales charm us as we listen and focus on the hard facts of reality, but result in showing us that the problem can and will be solved. Your child learns that things can and will go wrong, but that there is always a way to conquer the problem. We should allow our kids imaginations to flourish and live without restraint. Wonderland. Fairy land. Never-never Land. They do exist. And they always will - if you believe! If you allow your imagination to play. A child's education begins as play. Imagination is part of every game played. Childhood is and always will be a time of endless discoveries. They are, after all, just learning about life. Children believe in the fruits of their imagination. All of it, now matter how fanciful to the adult, is very real to a child. Did you ever sit in the background and just observe your child at play? It is an amazing experience. They are perfectly capable of acting out entire plays and solving most any problem within their own little experience. Sometimes the solution doesn't make sense to us. That doesn't matter. Your child was exercising his imagination and things were happening within his imaginary world. The ability to imagine and believe in a fanciful reality have lead many to a life of creative pursuits
Slide 2: which could only have been brought about by a healthy use of the imagination. Formal education trains the eye, trains the hand, teaches the ability to reason and strengthens the power of observation but it is the higher power of the imagination that turns a child with a crayon into an artist, a dreamer into one who reaches for the moon and an early reader into an author or a poet or a Nobel prize winner. Too often, our educational system focuses on facts. Facts are linear. Don't get me wrong, facts are needed to get to the necessary desired conclusion. Facts get the job done. But, what if? What if? Where would we be if Edison had not thought "what if"? Where would we be if Franklin had not thought "what if"? What if Newton had ignored that apple? Would we have ever sent a man to the moon, if we had not thought "what if"? An imagination is a terrible thing to waste. ==== ==== Attention Parents and Grandparents who are looking for a children’s book with a difference. http://69gloster.fresian1.hop.clickbank.net ==== ====

   
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