There’s two stories today, well one is a sad story ‘The Memory Tree’ so check it out before you show it to a little one. It’s a lovely story in its own right and really useful in a context of a wider conversation about death. Here is a link to how I explained to my granddaughter Poppy what happens when someone dies. This was after Manjula slipped through my fingers.
The next is a rhyme by Roald Dahl, a different take on Cinderella.
I’ve had a technical question from my granddaughter about my filming set up. I expect that behind this question is an ulterior motive. That I need to up my game and improve the quality of the video. So I’m trying a different Heath Robinson set-up. It’s a bit out of focus, for that I blame my age.
Here’s the photographic evidence of my studio.
2 thoughts on “Storytime four and three quarters”
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I seriously feel attracted to the latest I’ve just posted. A story for young women/girls. Straightforward, easy to read with a simple political message. Great stuff. Easy for bear with small brain. This activity is also useful for when I’m stuck writing our story, which is a lot of the time!