It’s National Share-A-Story Month 2016 and this year’s theme is ‘A Place for Stories’. The idea is to encourage the telling and sharing of stories in unusual (but safe) places.
A rock pool is an unusual place! However we think Ruth and Ruben, who you will find in our Early Soundplay story Sally the Sea Lion, have found the perfect place for sea lions to read! Where do your children choose to read?
Inside or outside?
We would encourage adults to observe where children choose to read. They will often find their own quiet and cosy places to snuggle down in, where they can read alone or enjoy sharing books with others. Quiet and comfortable is key.
There are lots of exciting places to read books outside. If it’s a warm day why not head for a picnic in the park and enjoy reading Clip Clop’s Picnic under a tree?