World Stories Wednesday: Goldilocks and the Three Bears
Welcome to this week’s World Stories Wednesday! Every week, KidsOut showcases one of the amazing tales from our World Stories database, giving you a flavour of the breadth and diversity of our collection.
This week’s story is the classic Goldilocks and the Three Bears.
When three bears leave their house to go for a walk in the woods, Goldilocks lets herself into their home uninvited. However, the little girl soon learns a lesson about helping yourself to things that don’t belong to you…
Goldilocks and the Three Bears is aimed at children aged five to seven and is available in English and French. This timeless classic is perfect for younger readers and contains morals that are still relevant for today.
You can see an exclusive preview of the first pages below:
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KidsOut launched World Stories in 2012 as a free, electronic library of short stories and tales from around the world. The service was primarily created to help children with English as a second language and includes the English and native translations of over 100 stories and counting.
Currently one in seven UK children speaks a language other than English as their first language, often struggling to learn in an unfamiliar language and environment. World Stories is a growing collection of traditional and original stories from around the world representing the twenty-one most commonly spoken languages by children in the UK. With more and more stories being uploaded to our database in written and audio format, World Stories opens the world to children.
KidsOut also cater to schools that will benefit from extra support, providing teaching resources, illustrations, and audio to make the stories as engaging for pupils as possible.
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Be sure to check the news section of our website next week for another World Stories Wednesday!