Children in Foundation Stage are using toys and family members to retell traditional tales
Children see the world in different ways and they show that when they read traditional tales in Foundation Stage. Starting with traditional stories such as The Gingerbread Man and Little Red Riding Hood, they turned their hands to innovation and adaptation. Children used different voices and faces for characters. They even used their own toys to tell the story. Family members joined the story to play out characters. Children were also encouraged to innovate and change the stories a little. They could change the place or a couple of characters. They had some fun examples from teachers, like one who changed The Gingerbread Man to The Pizza Man!