Articles for tag: Stone Soup

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Stone Soup Written by Marcia Brown

The following article reveals a lot of details about the plot. When I used to teach first grade one of my favorite books to read to my class was Stone Soup written by Marcia Brown. To this day, 15 years later, it is still one of my favorite books. The only difference know is that ...

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Stone Soup Reading Activities

In the great children’s book, Stone Soup by Marcia Brown, three weary travelers arrive in a hostile and unfriendly village and win the villagers over by a wily “trick”. It’s a retelling of a popular old folktale that has several versions. This book never fails to engage a group when I present it in storytelling ...

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The Top 3 Breweries in Wisconsin

Wisconsin has many breweries that produce a wide range of quality microbrewed beer. While each brewery has its own featured beers, unique history, and loyal clientele, there are some breweries that surpass the others in terms of their popularity, awards, corporate outlook, and distribution. Here is a list of the top 3 microbreweries in the ...

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A Cherokee Myth of the Pleiades and the Pine

The following myth is Cherokee in origin. However, the Seneca, who coincidentally were once great enemies of the Cherokee, have a very similar myth. I also found something resembling the same myth in a couple of other Native American tribes. I’m not sure exactly where the myth originated, but I find it interesting that it ...

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Books for Young Children About Cooperation

Some books can teach our children lessons that they might otherwise ignore if coming from their parents or teachers. Here are some great books to help children learn to cooperate. They show situations showing people working together to make things better for everyone, describing the importance of understanding in work, friendship, and family environments. Stone ...