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From bonfires to hearth, our society shared many stories, to teach important moral lessons. During our story time, children enjoy stories, which leave them with a space to grow emotionally and develop a moral compass. In the infant classes, children love rhythmic stories, all stories in which the same facts are repeated over and expanded, or finally be resolved in reverse order. The stories stimulate the memory performance enormously, without being intellectually one-sided. Small children do not learn by logical relationships, but by rhythm and sound. In earlier cultures, legends and myths have been told and passed on from one generation to the other. The child is going through the development stages of humanities earlier eras.

This transitions to fairy-tale over the course of the first three years as the time of fairytale narration includes the age range from five to eight years. In the fairy-tale internal development paths and spiritual truths are become spiritual experiences.

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