Storytelling is one of the most important forms of self-expression, dating back to the very first artist who drew the very first cave paintings; only the tools and the language have changed.
In European Folk Tales, author Balazs Szarka shares these old time stories so that you can share them with your family. Have you ever heard of the story of “The Moon Hunters”, “The Cat as Cook” or “The Flea and Fly”? These are just a few of the tales our Old World ancestors told to entertain themselves on long winter nights as they gathered around the fireplace.
In European Folk Tales, you’ll discover funny and entertaining stories that represent this very rich and colorful folklore. These charming tales make great bed-time stories and will delight readers and listeners of all ages.
Balazs's book is available online for free viewing here: http://fliphtml5.com/vprx/uyjy
This product is a teacher guide for the PYP level that is written specifically to be used with Balazs' book.
This guide will help your students learn about folk tales, ancestors, and the 'Old World'. The guide incorporates inquiry learning, as it encourages students to explore their own curiosities while instilling self expression, creativity and communication skills.
This guide will fit perfectly in your PYP IB class or homeschool program as a social studies activity!
And, if would like to complete your classroom set, consider purchasing your own copy of European Folk Tales from the author site here:
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