Tico and the Golden Wings
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BeschreibungFrom master storyteller and artist Leo Lionni, here's the hope-filled tale of a little bird born without wings who is one day granted his dearest wish.A NOTE TO PARENTS AND TEACHERSThe fun continues after the story is finished! As part of the Dragonfly Difference, we've included two pages of activities inspired by this story. We hope you'll enjoy them with a child after reading this Dragonfly Book.Dragonfly's Feather FunTico is granted a shimmering pair of golden wings. You can make your own beautiful golden feather with just a few supplies.You'll need:
-- some old newspapers
-- yellow construction paper
-- gold glitter1. Spread the newspapers over your work area. This could get messy!2. Have an adult help you cut a long feather shape out of the yellow paper.3. Carefully cut little slits all along the edges of your feather with an adult's help.4. Have an adult help you pour a little glue onto your feather. Then carefully sprinkle gold glitter over the glue. Shake off the extra glitter onto the newspapers.5. Hang your golden feather in a special place for everyone to see!Dragonfly's Helping HandYou may not have golden wings, but you can still help other people! You might:
-- Clean your room without being asked.
-- Draw a picture for someone who lives far away.
-- Tell a story to a younger sibling or friend.
-- Ask an adult to help you collect cans or newspapers for recycling.Dragonfly's Read and Remember1. How do the birds treat Tico when he gets golden wings? Why?2. Why does Tico give away his golden feathers?3. How do the birds treat Tico after his wings turn black?4. Why does Tico stillfeel different than his friends at the end of the story?5. How are you different from your friends or family members?Dragonfly DreamsThe wishingbird in this story gives Tico golden wings. Imagine that the wishingbird granted you one wish. What would you wish for?
Untertitel: Empfohlen von 3 bis 7 Jahren. Dragonfly Books. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: DRAGONFLY BOOKS
Erscheinungsdatum: Februar 1975
Seitenanzahl: 32 Seiten