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Storytelling

Grandfather's glove

Name of the Kindergarten
Plungės lopšelis-darželis
Country
Lithuania
Tale typology
Local traditions
Story teller
Grand Parent
Tale summary
Luke's grandmother read a tale „Grandfather's glove“ in a Samogitian dialect, tale begins when the animals discover a grandfather's glove. The glove is first seen by the fly, the mouse, and then the hare, the wolf and the bear. After listening politely to each other about the living in a glove, they settle in, amuse themselves, dance until the cock rings. The beasts got frightened and run away in all directions: into the woods, into the bush, into the oats. By listening, acting and telling the tale, children got to know their country, the Samogitian language and the animals living in Lithuanian forests. They learned to be friendly and polite: to say hello, to ask, to thank, to take everyone in the glove, even though there is little space.

Tale Gallery

Collage of children's made drawings to illustrate the tale
Handmade gloves
Children made illustrations for the story
Children made illustrations for the story
Children made illustrations for the story
Children made illustrations for the story
Children made illustrations for the story
Children made illustrations for the story
Children made illustrations for the story
Children made illustrations for the story
Children made illustrations for the story
Children made illustrations for the story
Children made illustrations for the story
Children made illustrations for the story

Media Gallery

Children are drawing the illustrations for the story
Grandmother is reading the story
Children playing the story
Children playing the story
Children playing the story
Children playing the story
Children with handmade gloves
Children with handmade gloves



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