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The Three Little Pigs

Today on, “Days to Remember,” we celebrate how on May 27th 1933, Walt Disney’s “Three Little Pigs” was first released.

Before we get into today’s story about the Three Little Pigs, it was written in 1886, by author James Orchard Halliwell-Phillipps. 277 more words

Story bags

I would make loads of these bags when I worked as a teacher and thought I would put one together for my little one.

Step one: Reuse, buy or make a small bag that can fit a small book in it. 112 more words

Activities For Toddlers

Day Four, Thursday.

Today we arrived at Sename, a few of the children seemed both upset and at times distressed. We were told this was due to various reasons, one being a friend of theirs had left Sename and moved onto another institution (we’ve reason to believe after six months or so they get moved onto elsewhere; another establishment) another reason for their distress was because it was visitors day and the visitors they had expected to turn up didn’t (Apparently this can be a common thing for the children and them reacting through arguments, small fights, tears or refusing to participate in activities is a normal) 890 more words

Brick by brick ... 2

This is the continuation of a story.

To read the first part click here.

Agnes took in scene around her absent mindedly, the journey from Bristol to London wasn’t really a long or entertaining one. 658 more words


In The Spotlight: Apostolos Doxiadis' Three Little Pigs

Hello, All,

Welcome to another edition of In The Spotlight. Not all stories are strictly chronological in their structure. Sometimes, when people tell a story in real life, they shift back and forth (e.g. 1,196 more words

Apostolos Doxiadis

Children's Book Week: Kids' Lit for Lit Geeks

It’s Children’s Book Week, so I have a couple of posts featuring some of my favorite children’s books. Check out last year’s posts on the topic: … 597 more words


It’s the (Dead) End of the World as We Know It

We have a way of constantly falling
in love, out of love, off of cliffs, into

the great abyss. We crave the great
ebony nothing like a drug, shrug our… 92 more words