Best children’s stories
Every parent want to tell the best children’s stories to their kids. In this post you will read about it! Reading gives to children enormous benefits, not only emotionally, but also in terms of their cognitive development. In fact, studies have shown that children, who enjoy reading, learn to listen more carefully and are more patient.
These children also have a wider vocabulary. They usually learn the grammatical construction of sentences beforehand, they develop more the expressive and comprehensive language and have a better auditory discrimination. These children also learn to identify emotions and feelings faster. For example, love, fear, anger and envy, and manage to face the challenges and fears more easily.
The three little pigs and the ferocious wolf
The Three Little Pigs is a fable of children’s literature whose origin dates back to the early nineteenth century. It is one of those enjoyable and fun readings. The story tells the adventures of a smart little pig and his two brothers trying to get rid of the persecution of a ferocious wolf. Undoubtedly, the story is an ode to foresight, cunning and intelligence. Also, this children’s story is an exaltation to the sense of responsibility and perseverance.
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
“Snow White” also known as “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs” is one of those fairy tales that every child should read. In fact, it is a children’s story that has transcended over the years entertaining children of different generations. The story was first published in Germany, however the story became really famous with the version that the Brothers Grimm popularized, the same version that years later Disney took to the small screen.
The Adventures of Pinocchio are a creation of the Italian writer Carlo Collodi. It is one of the most popular children’s stories and one of the most read books for children of all time. In fact, the story has been translated into more than 250 languages and dialects, including the Braille reading system. Also, it has been adapted to film, theater and television.
Hansel and Gretel
“Hansel and Gretel” is one of those children’s stories that has passed from one generation to another until today. It is a traditional German story that was later rescued by the Grimm brothers, it has also been covered by many other children’s writers in different languages. In addition, it has been taken to the theater and the cinema, where it has been adapted the same for the child fantasy genre as for science fiction.
The ugly Duckling
The ugly duckling was wrote by the Danish writer Hans Christian Andersen. It is one of those children’s stories that is enjoyed from beginning to end. It is a nice parody about the child’s self-esteem and the acceptance of differences. Also, it contains a great teaching for children to reflect on prejudice and social exclusion. Without a doubt, it is a very good excuse to introduce the little ones into the world of reading and teach them some of the fundamental human values.