Hama-Guri’s mother was reaching her point of exasperation. Her son was, in general, a thinking and an understanding boy. So, seeing him demand all kinds of junk food for the past few weeks and having a melt down when she did not succumb to it, was both worrying and irritating for her.
Getting a grip over her temper, she cleared her throat and tried to explain to him yet again. “I know Hama that those burgers look yummy but you cannot have them so often. I did allow you to have it a week ago.”
So what story can you tell your little one? The possibilities are endless. Here are a few to help you get started.
1. Make your child the protagonist
If you are running out of ideas, this will come to your rescue. True it will test your creativity, and might even be a trifle difficult initially, but it will open up huge possibilities. You can send him to fairy lands, talk about his hobbies, and make him have super powers or simply teach about good traits.
2. Story of a personality
Read biographies about famous people from different walks of life. Pick up interesting snippets from there and tell your child about it. Word it simply and tell interestingly. It could be about planets and Galileo or even how Florence Nightingale’s singing. Read more… →