Fairy Tales for Children and Kids

Fairy Tales for Children and Kids : Learning Good from Bad While Developing Brain Imagination Powers

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These stories are developed by our Neurologists at Templeton Institute for Neurology specifically to boost the developing brain of children by triggering the power of imagination through sentences which are rich with imagery and imagination. These stories are written by cultures all over the world, and then refined by generations down to generations of story telling. They are full of life experiences, wise advice, and priceless lessons. This was the main vehicle cultures all over the world helped their youngsters learn about their grand fathers and great grand fathers accumulative experiences. In spite of the fact the scripts of these stories are written for scientific purpose, they are very entertaining. Your children will keep asking for more snuggle time with you listening to our books. This is story telling at its finest. The book is divided into 2 sets of collections: 1- Myths from around the world: These are tales from different parts of the world. They compromise the first 20 tales in the book 2- 1001 Nights: This is the collection book of hundreds of stories, some of these were featured in many of Disney productions like "Aladdin," "Sindbad the sailor" and many others. This book is also a component of our great educational tool for teachers and home schooling by the name: The Story Teller 4th - 7th Grade. You can find and buy it at: www.CerebroTopia.com The Story Teller 4th - 7th grade Our neurologists at Templeton Institute for Neurology implemented the following principals when they developed this educational tool. This could be used very effectively by teachers in the classroom, home schooling parents, on a parent-child special time at home, in the car commuting or at a camp. These principals are: 1- The benefit of reading aloud to children is immense when it comes to developing language skills, vocabulary, and getting them enthusiastic about reading by themselves. 2- Reading aloud while children are following a text will add another powerful element to mastering words, sentences structure, and visual imagination. 3- Story telling is an amazing method of learning. Cultures used it to channel lessons of wisdom from generation to generation over thousands of years. Story telling continues to be universally exciting to children all over the world. 4- More attention is needed helping the child brain imagination powers to develop through auditory stimulation, especially we are in the age of almost exclusive visual stimulation. Unless teachers, parents and educators make an intentional effort to investment in empowering brain imagination capabilities by auditory stimulation. 5- Learning should be entertaining. So what is The Story Teller 4th -7th grade? It is a combination of 3 tools: -Book of story telling -Audio of the text with music and sound effects -Audio of the text without music and sound effectsshow more

Product details

  • 9-12
  • Paperback | 278 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 16mm | 485.34g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1508581126
  • 9781508581123

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