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Hama-Guri Finds Opposites at the Park

“Ma-Doooooor!!” Hama-Guri squealed. “Give me the ball…Quick!”

hama-guri-findsMa-Door threw the ball to his best friend. it was always great to spend a Sunday morning with his closest pal in their favourite park. Added, finally the sun had come out today after many foggy winter days.

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Types of Stories that you can tell Your Children

So what story can you tell your little one? The possibilities are endless. Here are a few to help you get started.

articles31. 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.
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Hama-Guri’s Lesson on Love

When mum saw him, she called him “What are you doing there Hama?”
love“Umm…” Hama-Guri stood at the door and smiled sheepishly as he saw dad giving mumma a kiss. Ma-Door, his information encyclopaedia, had already told him about Valentine’s Day. “Nothing…”

Mumma laughed and went over to him and picked him up and gave him a big hug. And then it was father’s turn.

“Oh you two leave me alone!” He squealed and giggled. “I’m a big boy now!”

“But today we celebrate love.” Said his parents together.

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