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01/09/2017
Fairy tales take us to faraway lands and magical places, we learn about brave heroes and evil witches, mythical creatures and flying carpets. Fairy tales have been around for thousands of years; they have been passed from generation to generation. They have influenced our cultures and taught us lessons that still remain today. For these reasons, it’s of great importance that children grow up listening to these magical stories. The Tutoring Center, Aberdeen NJ presents to you some of the many positive lessons your children can learn from reading fairy tales.

Anyone Can Be a Hero

A great lesson from modern fairy tales is that you don't need to wait for someone to rescue you.  In stories like Sleeping Beauty, the princess waits for the prince to come and wake her up and save her from the dragon. However, there are also stories like Mulan where she doesn’t wait for someone to protect her. Insted,Mulan is the heroine who saves the day. Children can do anything they set their mind to.

Be Kind

A lesson we can learn from Cinderella is to be kind. Her step-family was bad and mean to her, but Cinderella remained a kind person. You never know what other people are going through. Just because someone is terrible doesn’t mean they don’t deserve to be loved and treated with kindness.

Try Something New

The Little Mermaid ventured outside her comfort zone in the sea and found love. You never know what you may find if you don’t take a risk. Your children will never know if they’re good at something, like a musical instrument, if they don’t try it out.

Be Patient and Plan Ahead

The Three Little Pigs teaches us to plan ahead and that taking the easy way out isn’t always the best option. The two lazy pigs who built straw and wood houses had to run and look for safety because their houses weren’t strong enough. Instead the third little pig was smart enough to know that a house made of bricks, although it would take longer to build, would be strong and safe.

Never Be Afraid to Ask for Help

Though every parent wants their children to learn to be self-sufficient, there comes a time when they will need someone’s help. Some people are afraid or embarrassed to ask for help, but sometimes it’s good to let someone in and help us. Take Cinderella as an example. She couldn’t go to the ball alone, she got help from her fairy godmother and her animal friends to get what she wanted. Sometimes giving someone else the chance to save the day can make them feel important and useful. If you feel like your children could use some help with their grades, it’s up to you to look for it. What better help than the one you can get from The Tutoring Center, Aberdeen NJ. With their specially designed tutoring programs, your children will find it easier to succeed academically in Aberdeen NJ. Schedule a free diagnostic assessment online or give them a call at: (732) 705-3636.

Everything We Do Has a Consequence

Children must know that everything they do, whether it’s something good or something naughty, has a consequence. If they study and work hard they will get good grades, if they run around barefoot in the cold they can get sick.  Rumplestiltskin, like many other fairy tales, teaches that there is no action without a reaction.

Magic Comes from Love

Have you noticed that a true act of love always brings magic with it? A true love’s kiss is what woke Snow White and Sleeping Beauty, love turned a Beast into a prince, Harry Potter’s mom died to protect her magical child. Loving and caring for someone can mean so much and can change so many things positively.

To Get By with a Little Help from Their Friends

There is not one story where the main character doesn’t have a trusted friend by their side helping them and encouraging them. Pocahontas had Meeko, Ariel had Flounder, Anna had Olaf, Pinocchio had Jiminy Cricket, and Peter Pan had Tinkerbell. They wouldn’t have done all they did if they didn’t have their friends. It’s important for children to appreciate the value of a true friend.

Learn a Lesson with Tutoring in Monmouth County

To learn more about the lessons found in books, bring your children to tutoring at The Tutoring Center, Aberdeen NJ. They have tutoring programs that can help them with reading and writing, as well as many other subjects. To learn more about the academic programs they have, call them at (732) 705-3636.

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