The following is a post from contributing writer LaToya Edwards of LaToyaEdwards.net
Jack and the Beanstalk Story Basket from Sun Hats and Wellie Boots
Lots of fun activities and hands on projects to go along with this fun story: planting and measuring a bean sprout, play figures for Jack, his mom and the giant, green shoelace (beanstalk), cardboard box (castle) and some plastic eggs.
Fe Fi Fo Fum! Jack and the Beanstalk from Painted Paper
3 days of crafts to help bring the story to life. Day 1: Jack and his beanstalk. Day 2: Jack’s house. Day 3: Giants!
Jack and the Beanstalk Stick Puppets from Early Learning HQ
A great way for your children to retell the story.
This post shares some different character lessons that can be taught and learned from the story of Jack and the Beanstalk. There’s also a clip of a video and some other fun versions of this childhood favorite.
Grow your own Beanstalk from Lessons from a Teacher
This activity is a mix of gardening and art. The post shows you how to plant beans for a beanstalk but has the added touch of a paper castle in the sky.
Magic Beans Activity from Reading Confetti
LaToya is a single, homeschooling mom of two rambunctious boys. She lives for those quiet moments of the day which are few and far between. You can find out more about her life on her blog, twitter, google plus or facebook page.
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