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Spiral and Triskelion Signs

 
Animal Tales

Animal Tales

Age: 5 to 8 years | Duration: 35 minutes aprox | Summary:
Let’s celebrate the Chinese New Year together by listening to stories about some of the animals from the Chinese zodiac like the cheeky monkeys and the peaceful goats.



Mama Africa

Age: 5 to 8 years | Duration: 35 minutes aprox | Summary:
Through stories and rhythms in English we will visit Africa and see that small animals can solve big problems. And lthough Iyoké wants to be tall like a giraffe we’ll see that he wouldn’t change being small for anything. And Mama Africa tells us how she made boys and girls of all the different colours of the world.

Mama Africa


Colours of the Rainbow

Colours of the Rainbow

Age: 5 to 8 years | Duration: 35 minutes aprox | Summary:
Autumn is the perfect time to visit the houses of some magical characters to see what they love eating at this moment of the year. and if we follow the stories of the colours of the rainbow we will soon discover some special secrets of nature.



Story Houses

Age: 3 to 6 years | Duration: 30 minutes aprox | Summary:
There are ten little story houses on the street. We will open the doors of some of these colourful houses and enjoy the stories that are inside waiting to be told. You can smell the story of the Gingerbread Man and discover who lives in the little red house with no door, no windows and a star inside.

Each story is accompanied with songs and rhymes that are easy to remember to make the experience as participative and memorable as possible for the young listeners.

Story Houses


The Giant Carrot

The Giant Carrot

Age: 3 to 6 years | Duration: 30 minutes aprox | Summary:
Jennifer Ramsay, The Story Girl, invites you to spend a day with Grandpa. We’ll see what he does when he wakes up in the morning and what he has for breakfast.

Through story, songs and rhymes in English we’ll find out that even the smallest animal can help grandpa pull out the giant carrot in his garden so we can have a happy, tasty ending for all.

It’s a fun, lively, colourful participative story.
Didactic material is available on request.