Short stories are ideal for transmitting values to children. Above all, they are suitable for very young children. Use the stories to explain the meaning of words as abstract as frustration, sadness, imagination ... In this case, you can use the theme Carnival to talk about the importance of every
Short stories are ideal for transmitting values to children. Above all, they are suitable for very young children. Use the stories to explain the meaning of words as abstract as frustration, sadness, imagination ...
In this case, you can use the theme Carnival to talk about the importance of everything that is not seen. Talk to him about appearances, authenticity, honesty, and above all, imagination. How the desires can be achieved with the imagination. Do not miss the children's story 'Princess Henar has no costume'.
Short story of Carnival: 'Princess Henar has no costume'
Princess Henar lived in a beautiful castle. She had beautiful dresses, a gold comb, hundreds of toys and even a talkative mirror.
Princess Henar had everything: a docile and playful dog, a mischievous cat, a celestial bird that sang with the first rays of the sun.
Princess Henar had ten servants, a governess and twenty lackeys. But the princess was sad. Only ten days were left for Carnival and Princess Henar could not find a costume.
Not even her fairy dresses. Not his silver thread suits. Not his crowns, masks, necklaces, or even his satin shoes. Nothing liked it. So Henar, the sad little princess who had everything, had no carnival costume.
The girl cried and cried and her mother, the queen, decided to urgently call all the fairies of the kingdom. Decen Dozens and dozens of fairies came from all corners to the Fairy Convention. Caracola proposed a fairy costume of the sea. Rayito del alba, one of Empress of the Sun. But the little princess Henar was still sad and she kept crying. Until a fairy, very, very small, as small as a marble, approached stealthily to her.
As the Brisa fairy was so tiny, nobody noticed. Princess Henar, yes. Fairy Brisa took some paintings out of her pocket and gave them to the girl.
- You yourself will create your disguise - he said in a very soft voice.
Princess Henar jumped from her throne, her eyes full of light. For the first time, she stopped crying, and all the fairies stopped talking.
Princess Henar took a blank piece of paper and began to draw: a rainbow fish, a brass boat, a dragon flower. Everything, as I painted it, came alive and became a reality. His magical paintings began to dream: a star with freckles of heart, a turquoise giraffe, an elephant with stripes and finally, his disguise. A simple dress, like those worn by other girls with whom I could barely play: all those girls who dreamed of being princesses and whom she wanted to imitate.
The disguise of Princess Henar was the sea of simple: a small flight skirt and brightly colored stockings. But to her it seemed the best disguise. And then the girl began to laugh and laugh and laugh without stopping. Princess Henar
finally had a Carnival costume . No luxuries, no jewelry. No great designs. Only his dreams topped with the threads of his imagination.Author of the story: Estefanía Esteban López.