Tiny Tales have just started our New Year block and are now in Saighton, South of Chester on Tuesday mornings. We have our sessions in the lovely village hall and to hope to serve the wider South Chester, Waverton, Huntington, Christleton, Tattenhall and surrounding areas. Our interactive story sessions are perfect for babies and toddlers[…]
Hi everyone, Our autumn classes are now in full swing. We’re delighted that most of our sessions are now full! We do still have a few spaces available at our Hawarden and Mold classes, but the venues in Chester are all fully booked. We still have six fun, sensory and story filled sessions to come,[…]
Spring block classes A short note that we are now taking bookings for our Spring block classes and sessions. Our new year block was a great success with some fabulous stories including Guess How Much I Love You during Valentines week as well as a special for Chinese New Year. Our spring block line up[…]
Hello everyone, Just a quick note to say that we are now taking bookings for our Autumn block from existing Tiny Tales members and their babies and toddlers. We will open up to everyone else next week. Our autumn block will start on the week beginning the 5th September and will run to the week[…]
Session 4 of Tiny Tales block 3 was a Julia Donaldson book A squash and a squeeze. We all had lots of fun squashing and squeezing various items.
The third week of Tiny Tales saw us read Where’s my Teddy? by Jez Alborough. We had lots of fun as you can see on this Facebook post. If you liked the counting bears we used, you can buy them here:
The second story of block three of Tiny Tales was someone bigger by Jonathan Emmett. Lots of kite related fun! Here is a youtube telling of the story: The kite I brought in was from Amazon. We tried it the other day and its a simple, but great little flier. My little boy (and husband!)[…]
The first story of block 3 is Dear Zoo by Rod Campbell. This toddler favourite is delightfully illustrated and has nice repetition, as well as highlighting animal characteristics. The authors and publishers have their own website at Dear Zoo and Friends
Giraffes can’t dance is our final book of block two. It’s a fun rhyming tale that has terrific illustrations. There is also a pop-up version of this book: Relive the story on youtube:
Each Peach Pear Plum is our fairytale and nursery rhyme compilation story. It is written and illustrated by Janet and Allan Ahlberg, the same team who wrote peepo!