Updated: Apr 22, 2020
Today I thought I'd take a story that is a little more well known than the last two.
To be honest at first I wasn't sure if it was a fable or a fairy tale, but according to my research I am able to use it in this weeks theme. The reason why I chose this one is that having worked quite a lot with younger children and run a lot of drama classes, I was always surprised that when we brought up fairy tales, this was one of the first that both girls and boys would mention and reenact. So have fun doing these Three Little Pigs activities that I have found online and maybe, if you are feeling up for it, your child/children might want to do a puppet show or set up three cubby houses of to reenact the story themselves.
The last 48 hours have been massive for us as we finalised the first products, both for the classroom and for home and worked out all the website building technological aspects to put it online. So the 15th of April 2020 11pm marks a massive step for myself and Wonderland Interactive Storytelling. To celebrate this we are offering 10% off for 1 week. Also for any teacher or carer working at a childcare centre or kindergarten, please get in touch as there's a special offer for you as well. You can find out more about the products on the Wonderland Blogs. I will write one every day giving information, showing how we differ and revealing the benefits. Also for anyone interested I am offering 30 minute zoom sessions where you can ask questions or get more information. If you're interested contact me!
And I promise you, I will continue with these free Surprise Activity sheets while we are all in this situation. If there is a special topic you may want me to explore, please send me a message or write on our Facebook wall to let me know. Have fun with The Three Little Pigs singing, dancing, stories, art and craft and a yoga session! And remember if you have missed any, you can find them on the Audrey's Surprise Blog section, yesterday we did explore something special that most children would not want to miss - The Snow Queen, the inspiration for FROZEN.