Letter From The Three Little Pigs

Surprise a child with our charming letter from one of the Three Little Pigs! In this humorous letter, the eldest of the Three Little Pigs writes about his annoying brothers and how he managed to outwit the Big Bad Wolf…

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Surprise a child with our charming letter from one of the Three Little Pigs!

In this humorous letter, the eldest of the Three Little Pigs writes about his annoying brothers and how he managed to outwit the Big Bad Wolf… Your two-page letter is colour printed on both sides, sealed with a wax-effect sticker and arrives in a brightly coloured envelope addressed to the child. Letters from Fairyland can be enjoyed independently or read aloud to younger or less confident readers. All are written to appeal to both boys and girls.

The perfect gift for any child with a huge imagination!

Letters are personalised with the child’s first name or nickname. Letters may be addressed to more than one child at the same address (up to a maximum of 25 characters, including spaces). Envelopes are printed with the child’s first name, surname and full address.

PLEASE NOTE: this letter appears in our Letters From Fairyland subscription

Letters are colour printed on premium 120gsm paper and sealed with a wax effect sticker. Envelopes are colour printed on premium 90gsm paper.

Mr Mole's Marvellous Ideas

Read, read, read! Want to instil a love of reading in your children? Well then read to your child whenever you can. Not just at bed time, but during the bath with a bath book, before a nap, after a nap, after a tantrum, create ‘cosy time’, read in the garden, struggled in a blanket. Read whenever the fancy takes you and model by example.

Larry's Learning Outcomes

The benefits of reading in childhood are endless. Reading is exercise for the brain. It helps to improve concentration, improve vocabulary and language skills. It develops imagination and empathy, it teaches children about the world around them. Children who read often and widely get better at it. The fact is, reading for pleasure is more likely to determine whether a child does better at school than social or economic background. So get out those books, put on some funny voices and transport your little one to another world and help them to love reading.
• Cognitive Skills
• Language Development
• Social and Emotional Development
• Thinking Skills
• Imagination and creativity
• Self-expression
• Self-confidence
• Communications skills

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