Greedy the Crow’s greedy ways are going to get him in trouble! Will anybody help him?
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When our children are very young, we begin teaching them about fire safety. We teach them the dangers of playing with matches or lighters, what to do if a fire starts (escape route/meet point), and what happens if you catch on fire (stop, drop and roll).
Greedy the Crow: Finders Keepers – Teaching Values to Children in a Fun Way by Mother Melania Salem teaches children some helpful ways you can make your home safe from fires and what to do if a fire starts.
Water and mow your lawn to prevent fires because tall, dry grass can easily catch on fire.
Don’t block doorways and windows with trash because those are your potential escape exits.
Have several escape routes because you never know where a fire might start or what exits are blocked.
Get out quickly!
All good points and solid advice!
Amazon has the recommended reading age of 3 – 8 years for Greedy the Crow: Finders Keepers – Teaching Values to Children in a Fun Way. I don’t think most 3-year-olds will be able to read this story yet, but 8-year-olds should be able to, for the most part. There might be a few words that might trip them up.
No matter the age, though, every child will learn something through the text and very realistic illustrations by Cayce Grace Kruse.
Special note: Greedy the Crow: Finders Keepers – Teaching Values to Children in a Fun Way contains a link to worksheets, which include a vocabulary page and vocabulary quiz. Check them out!
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