Fantasy Books Can Be a Child’s Teacher

By | October 24, 2017

If you want your child to learn certain facts you reach for the appropriate non-fiction book. Non-fiction focuses on facts gathered from sources referenced in the footnotes.

Be that as it may, regardless of age everything we see, hear, and experience is our teacher. The more we enjoy what is being taught the more we are open to learning. Fiction fantasy books are most often very enjoyable and usually read or listened to when the child feels safe, comfortable and relaxed. This puts fiction fantasy books in the top ten of being a child’s teacher.

Reading a story that through adventures shows how acceptance of the differences in others and celebrating their own differences leads to friendship, can make a subtle change in how a child’s looks at life. Some children’s fantasy books have the lasting effect of seeing beauty in the caterpillar as well as the beauty in the butterfly that it later becomes.

The fewer the illustrations in a book the more the reader uses and strengthens his or her imagination.

As a child’s uses his or her imagination to create the image of characters and places described in the book, his or her creativity is awakened. Imagination and creativity are important skills to have in most areas of life. All the technology we have to date began in someone’s imagination and moved forward through knowledge combined with creativity.

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