Our storytellers have returned to create exciting new tales with unexpected twists and turns. Where the Big "Bad" Wolf is actually good and just wants to run his bakery shop, and the Three Little Pigs cause all sorts of trouble. Will it be the Three Little Pigs who blow the bakery down and who will stop the alien takeover? Keep reading to find out!
The story begins with the Big "Bad" Wolf opening his own bakery to serve hungry alien monsters and frogs cupcakes when the pigs walked in.
"Oink oink, give me your money" said one storyteller as the pigs
"No, no!" replied the other storyteller as the wolf.
"The pigs robbed the wolf's bakery, killed him, ate his body and then buried him in Flanders Fields",
said the narrator as the bakery got destroyed by the pigs. All of the cupcakes and half of the wolf's customers got eaten as well!
With the wolf now peacefully resting in Flanders Fields, our storytellers added yet another twist, an alien takeover! They aliens were not only fighting with each other, but the hero frog as well in an epic battle to determine the fate of the whole world.
You can watch the alien battle unfold below
While it appears the frog has won for now, you never know what the next twist is and when it will be. The creative minds of our storytellers never rest. What adventures do you think they will take you on next?
They Shoot, They Score!
This week the kids of Pine Tree group have taken on the challenge of bringing Canada's favourite sport into Dawn and Dusk! A couple of children decided to build a hockey rink and picked famous NHL teams to play as! The entirety of the Pine Tree group took part in making this hockey game possible after seeing how cool the rink looked. Kids took roles as commentators, spectators, and referees.
The hockey rink was truly incredible, the children took puzzle piece foam mats, pylons, and benches to create their rink. So much effort, creativity and details were put into their project there were penalty boxes, spectators benches and a team bench!
When the kids finished building their rink and were ready for game time, the children tried to make their game as close to a real life hockey game as possible. As game time approached, the children were trying to decide amongst themselves who would be their guest singer for the national anthem. When an educator asked if they wanted the national anthem played on the speakers, all of our hockey players shouted with excitement and stood up and bowed their heads for the playing of Oh Canada.
This hockey experience carried on into the next week, and the following week's hockey game involved a very special surprise guest singer, one brilliant Pine Tree child volunteered to sing the national anthem before game time began!
The children showed so much excitement and team work to make this game possible! Pine Trees will definitely be doing more hockey in the future!