The Biscuit Jar Must Fall

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Some friends are trying to reach a biscuit jar - but it's not easy!
The Biscuit Jar Must Fall

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LET’S DISCUSS THE STORIES ~ IDEAS FOR TALKING WITH KIDS

Co-operation

1. In the story, the children cannot reach the biscuit jar alone. How do they succeed when they work together?

2. Sometimes the children have different ideas – some children think ‘yes’ and some children think ‘no’ to the solutions they come up with. What do they do when people can’t agree? Do you think this is the best way to approach people having different ideas in a group?

 

 

SHORT STORY FOR KIDS WRITTEN BY NOZIZWE HERERO

ILLUSTRATED BY SIYA MASUKU

DESIGNED BY NADENE KRIEL

* THE STORY ‘THE BISCUIT JAR MUST FALL’ WAS CREATED BY BOOK DASH AND IS LICENSED UNDER A CREATIVE COMMONS ATTRIBUTION 4.0 LICENSE. MINOR FORMATTING CHANGES HAVE BEEN MADE TO THE ORIGINAL WORK FOR EASE OF READING ON OUR WEBSITE.

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