Children's stories always bring values inside, it is up to the educator to decide how and how to explore this opportunity.
Sometimes even for adults, who already have more experience in the world, it is difficult to read between the lines and identify what is the best attitude to achieve a result, imagine how complicated it is for a child to understand this relationship.
It is more difficult for a child to think about right and wrong when it comes to human values, as it is such an abstract thing.
It is in this context that children's stories bring the visualization of these concepts, in a fantasy environment, through characters and their attitudes in their daily lives. Showing the child that all attitudes have a consequence, through a pleasurable and inspiring story.
The stories bring characters or personifications with attitudes very close to the student's daily life, bringing a palpable reference, so that the child is able to assimilate that a certain attitude or a certain concept about something, right or wrong, always entails a consequence. Since analyzing a situation outside of it is much easier, it is simpler for the child to analyze the correct behaviors or not if he is not included.
The stories bring the abstract to the children's understanding, thus increasing their experience and experience, thus improving their possibilities within social relationships.
The educator can provide a better systematization of abstract concepts and work on the student's criticality by reading stories to their students.
Stories teach children to grow and think.report this ad