Developing Imagination and Creativity
A magical tale allows children to engage in their own imaginative play, which can help them develop their creative thinking skills. In addition, magical tales often feature protagonists who go on adventures and explore new places, which helps kids learn how to be explorers themselves.
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Encouraging critical thinking
When children are asked to think critically about the events depicted in a story, they're also developing problem-solving skills. When young readers are asked why the main character in a story might do something or decide to go on an adventure, they're learning how to weigh options and make choices that affect their future. This type of learning is important for integrating innovation into one's life after elementary school
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When children read stories with positive endings (like most magical tales), it builds their self-esteem because it demonstrates that even if challenges arise, working hard will eventually result in success. On the other hand, reading stories with negative endings teaches kids that difficult times don't always mean there isn't hope; sometimes characters must face struggles before overcoming them. Moreover, when children identify with protagonists in a story - whether they share similar qualities or characteristics as the main character - they feel more connected emotionally to what's happening onscreen and may come away from reading feeling empowered and inspired by what they've experienced.