Eren’s Mighty Friend, 2004

 

 

Eren becomes friend with a wolf thinking that it is a big dog. When the grownups realize the danger and alert the local zoo. Then officials from the zoo comes to catch the wolf, but they need Eren’s friendship to ‘persuade’ the wolf to give in without giving any harm to anyone. 

The story is followed by a series of questions to reply and activities to perform, designed according to Gardner’s approach to multiple intelligence theory. 

 

 

Animal Concert, 2004

 

The animals were bored. They decided to start an orchestra to make music, but they needed someone to train them. 

They finally met a boy who needed to do a homework on animals. The made an agreement with him; they were to teach him about animals and get his help on music, in return. 

 

The story is followed by a series of questions to reply and activities to perform, designed according to Gardner’s approach to multiple intelligence theory.

Ceren’s Visitors, 2004

 

Ceren has visitors. They are playing together: One being the mother, the other being the father. The problem is, they took the game too seriously… 

The story is followed by a series of questions to reply and activities to perform, designed according to Gardner’s approach to multiple intelligence theory. 

 

 

What will You Be When You Grow Up? 2004

 

Çigdem wants to understand what she wants to become when she grows up. She visits everyone around to see what and how they’re doing and makes his decision… 

The story is followed by a series of questions to reply and activities to perform, designed according to Gardner’s approach to multiple intelligence theory. 

 

 

The Pale Girl’s Necklace, 2004

 

One day, the fox his tail stuck in the bushes. He asked a boy to save him and promised to give him whatever he asks. The boy saved him and got his ‘foxiness’ in return. Now the boy was as cunning as a fox. 

He met a tortoise who was upside down. He helped

 her and got her patience in return. Now the boy was as patient as a tortoise.

 He met a lion with a needle in his foot. He helped him to get the needle out got her courage in return. Now the boy was as courageous as a lion.

 He met an elephant who had a piece of stone within her nail. He helped her take it out and got her strength in return. Now the boy was as strong as an elephant.

 He met a rabbit who can’t take the carrot out of soil. He helped him and got her running speed in return. Now the boy could run as fast as a rabbit.…..

The Girl Who Wants a “Breakfight”, 2004

 

This strange story is based on a word play between the words “breakfast” and “fight.” Basically used as a sample for children who love to play with words. (Like: “breakfast” and “breakfight.”) 

 

THE STORY

A girl was fond of having ‘fight’ for breakfast.

 As she woke up one day she said: “I am hungry and I want a fight to eat!”

So her parents started a quarrel with their neighbours and it turned out to be a fight… After a while, the girl said: “Thanks, I am full now.”

So all the grownups stopped the fight and started apologizing and hugging each other.

 They said: “Another morning is over, see you tomorrow…” 

 

The story is followed by a series of questions to reply and activities to perform, designed according to Gardner’s approach to multiple intelligence theory. 

Ozan’s Visit to the Farm, 2004

 

THE STORY

Ozan’s father took him to a farm. Ozan got to know animals that he would never see in the city. He even rode a horse… 

The story is followed by a series of questions to reply and activities to perform, designed according to Gardner’s approach to multiple intelligence theory. 

 

 

 

A Day in the Park, 2004

 

THE STORY

Me and my brother went to the park one day and a heavy rain started. We hid in a cavern on a hill but the flood rose and we got stuck there surrounded by water.

 We had to use some pieces of wood to swim home… 

 

The story is followed by a series of questions to reply and activities to perform, designed according to Gardner’s approach to multiple intelligence theory.