“Big dreams aren’t only for those big and tall, dreams are what we’re made of, one and all.”
Thus ends one of Anna and Clara’s new fairy tales – with a fine message for the little darlings to fall asleep to. Both the sisters’ nephew and their nieces absolutely adore the fabulous fairy tales – and slightly older children, who are learning to read, can join in the reading and try to follow the rhythm of the rhymes as a fun and educational little exercise.
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Ideas for use of printable fairy tales
A fairy tale on the wall
Quite apart from being magical stories, Søstrene Grene’s delicately coloured printable fairy tales are also extremely decorative – place them in a frame for displaying on the wall or on a shelf. It is then very easy to take down the frames and read out loud from them at bedtime.
A framed fairy tale as a gift
There is nothing like a personalised gift, according to Clara. A framed fairy tale makes a delightful addition to a present given for a birthday or a baptism, and an equally gorgeous present for the children’s room on its own. It is a gift with a personal touch which is sure to warm the heart of the recipient.
Display more fairy tales together
Hanging up a number of fairy tales together in the children’s room or in a reading corner is a wonderful and decorative way of spreading the delightful messages. Pick the fairy tale that appeals most to your family, or use a number of fairy tales to create a beautiful picture wall.
- A5 frame
1. Print the fairy tale.
2. Cut the fairy tale to size so that it fits the frame.
3. Place the fairy tale in the frame.
4. Hang it up on the wall, display it on a shelf or give it away as a gift.