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Every story is a lesson; the same goes for fairy tales. They are more than bedtime tales or entertainment for your children. Fairy tales do a great job in helping children’s creativity and imagination grow. They also offer learning opportunities and life lessons. In this post The Tutoring Center, Roseville CA will explore some of the life lessons found in the most common fairy tales.


The story of Cinderella can teach children not to be afraid to ask for help. While it’s important that they learn to be independent, it’s healthy for them to know there are some things they won’t be able to fix and it’s alright because they can ask for help. Cinderella did it with her animal friends and her Fairy Godmother. They can also learn that they should always be kind to others, even if they’re mean. Cinderella’s step-family treated her terribly, yet she remained kind and hopeful and eventually she got her happy ending.

The Little Mermaid

The lesson here is to venture outside your comfort zone and try something new. You’ll never know what you are missing out if you don’t try it. Ariel tried being human and she found love. Perhaps your children can try a musical instrument and realize they are great at it.

The Three Little Pigs

The Three Little Pigs leave a lesson about smart investments, solid foundations, and hard work. Two of the pigs lost their homes because they were too lazy and cheap to invest in strong materials.  While the third pig outsmarted the wolf because he worked hard building a strong home made out of bricks

Tutoring in Roseville for a Strong Foundation

Just like the strong foundation the pig’s house was what was needed to keep the wolf away, a strong foundation in education is what your children need for their future. Let The Tutoring Center, Roseville CA help you with that. They have many tutoring programs to strengthen your children's knowledge.  If you are interested in tutoring in Roseville, call them at 916-771-4100.


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