Blue and her friends have a special surprise for Miss Marigold.
A Note To ParentsEdit
Learning to share is a challenge for many young children. But like Blue and her friends in "The Sharing Surprise," most children discover that sharing is an important part of friendship and that it brings many personal rewards.As you read this story, talk about the different ways in which Blue and her friends share. Ask your child to tell you about a time when she made the decision to share. Does she remember a time when someone did not share with her? Ask how this experience made her feel. Gently remind your child that even though it can be difficult to share, it is usually the best decision to make. As Blue and her friends prepare to share their gift with Miss Marigold, ask your child to guess what the surprise is.