We are not the Wiggles or High 5. But, we do have stories for Pre-School Kids.
The Wiggles have been entertaining our pre-school children since 1991, with songs and activities based upon concepts of early childhood education.
Pre-schools all over the world play the music of The Wiggles, which has enjoyed almost universal approval throughout their history.
The animals, Dorothy the Dinosaur, Henry the Octopus, and Wags the Dog, as well as the character Captain Feathersword, are famous. We expect the Wiggles will be entertaining pre-schoolers with “hot potato, hot potato” for many years yet.
Hi 5 have been teaching pre-school kids to sing, and dance for ever – or so it seems.
Their bright and bouncy tunes and dances are delightful. Known for its educational content, their focus is on skills of pre-numeracy and pre-literacy. This helps to prepare children for learning at school, while also encouraging self-confidence and expression.
We are writing stories for pre-school and kindergarten kids.
Teaching children to love reading and to love books starts at home. When schooling begins, it is in the company of family and friends. There is nothing more precious than helping children to enjoy the world of books: imagination, learning, dreaming, and knowing.
Stories My Nana Tells encourages reading, by making the stories fun, and fully inclusive of the child for whom they are written.
Is your child learning at a different rates to their peers? We will have some thing for them, because our range of stories is flexible and not rigidly fixed by age bands.
We Are More Than A Cut and Dried Plug In, Using Stereotype Characters.
Our stories are all original, written by an Australian author, Lesley Dewar. Our Pre-School stories are specifically written for 3-5 year old children, with bright illustrations and simple text. They draw on a favourite model for young readers: repetition, questions, and interaction.
Where’s the Spiny Echidna” is a “Read Aloud” story for children aged three and upwards. Any parent or grandparent reading it aloud can easily use their own child’s name. This encourages interaction and learning, while still being fun. special pre-print offer here
With familiar animals like Kangaroos and Koalas, it also introduces newer ones like an Echidna and the endangered Numbat, from the South West of WA. From a baby called a Puggle, to a Grumpy Goanna who eats termites, “Where’s the Spiny Echidna?” is a lovely story to start little readers on a voyage of learning for life.
With dozens of carefully selected full colour photographs to match the text, our stories will never go out of fashion or become old.
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