“If you want your children to be intelligent, read them fairy tales. If you want them to be more intelligent, read them more fairy tales.”
Mother’s Pride has always included storytime in its daily class timetable. It’s important to read fairy tales to our toddlers, as fairy tales are imaginative stories with rich visual and contextual elements that bring forth visceral emotions in children. They engage children who believe the stories — many of them about children out in the world on their own — are relevant to their lives. Believing in the fact, Fairy Tales are essential stories for childhood, ‘Tell a fairy tale day’ was celebrated at Mother’s Pride. Prideens looked very beautiful and gracious, dressed as their favourite fairy tale character, and worked their creativity in making magic wands. Children were engrossed in watching and listening to the story narration. The stories narrated were not just happily ever after; they portrayed real moral lessons through the characters and virtue shown in the stories.