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Stone Soup Felt Story Set // Flannel Board Set // Preschool Lesson on Sharing // Team Work // Work Together //

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Have fun with your child or preschool telling the story of Stone Soup using this Flannel Board set.

Pot is made of all felt so that the felt vegetables can stick anywhere on it.

***Felt Board Not Included***

** Colors may vary from shown slightly depending on felt available.


Stone Soup has been a teacher favorite story for years. It is a simple way to teach your students about sharing, team work, collaboration, helping one another etc.


You will receive the following Felt material pieces (sizes are approx inches WxH):

1- Soup Pot (7 x 8)
1- Fire (3 x 5.5)
1- Stone (1.75 x 2.5)
1- Water (colors will vary from light blue or to a more rich blue color depending on felt availability) (1.5 x 5)
1- Salt Shaker (2 x 1)
1- Pepper (2 x 1)
1- Cabbage (2 x 2)
1- Corn on Cob (3.5 x 2)
1- Carrot (1 x 4)
1- Onion (2 x 2)
1- Potato (2 x 3)
1- Beef (2 x 3)
1- Copy of the story of Stone Soup



All pieces will be packaged in a large ziplock bag. This allows you to be able to store all the pieces and story in one place.

Slight variations in design may occur do to making pieces by hand without patterns.



Stone Soup

A kindly, old stranger was walking through the land when he came upon a village. As he entered, the villagers moved towards their homes locking doors and windows.
The stranger smiled and asked, why are you all so frightened. I am a simple traveler, looking for a soft place to stay for the night and a warm place for a meal.
"There's not a bite to eat in the whole province," he was told. "We are weak and our children are starving. Better keep moving on."
"Oh, I have everything I need," he said. "In fact, I was thinking of making some stone soup to share with all of you." He pulled an iron cauldron from his cloak, filled it with water, and began to build a fire under it.
Then, with great ceremony, he drew an ordinary-looking stone from a silken bag and dropped it into the water.
By now, hearing the rumor of food, most of the villagers had come out of their homes or watched from their windows. As the stranger sniffed the "broth" and licked his lips in anticipation, hunger began to overcome their fear.
"Ahh," the stranger said to himself rather loudly, "I do like a tasty stone soup. Of course, stone soup with cabbage -- that's hard to beat."
Soon a villager approached hesitantly, holding a small cabbage he'd retrieved from its hiding place, and added it to the pot.
"Wonderful!!" cried the stranger. "You know, I once had stone soup with cabbage and a bit of salt beef as well, and it was fit for a king."
The village butcher managed to find some salt beef . . . And so it went, through potatoes, onions, carrots, corn, and so on, until there was indeed a delicious meal for everyone in the village to share. "It is so delicious, all it needs is a dash or salt and pepper to be perfect” said the stranger. So a villager ran home and returned with a salt and pepper shaker. The stranger added it to the soup.
Everyone in the village and the stranger shared the pot of Stone Soup and it was the best meal they had ever had.
The villager elder offered the stranger a great deal of money for the magic stone, but he refused to sell it and traveled on the next day.
As he left, the stranger came upon a group of village children standing near the road. He gave the silken bag containing the stone to the youngest child, whispering to a group, It was not the stone, but the villagers that had performed the magic."

Moral of Stone Soup story: that when we each give a little, we can achieve a lot!
Have fun with your child or preschool telling the story of Stone Soup using this Flannel Board set.

Pot is made of all felt so that the felt vegetables can stick anywhere on it.

***Felt Board Not Included***

** Colors may vary from shown slightly depending on felt available.


Stone Soup has been a teacher favorite story for years. It is a simple way to teach your students about sharing, team work, collaboration, helping one another etc.


You will receive the following Felt material pieces (sizes are approx inches WxH):

1- Soup Pot (7 x 8)
1- Fire (3 x 5.5)
1- Stone (1.75 x 2.5)
1- Water (colors will vary from light blue or to a more rich blue color depending on felt availability) (1.5 x 5)
1- Salt Shaker (2 x 1)
1- Pepper (2 x 1)
1- Cabbage (2 x 2)
1- Corn on Cob (3.5 x 2)
1- Carrot (1 x 4)
1- Onion (2 x 2)
1- Potato (2 x 3)
1- Beef (2 x 3)
1- Copy of the story of Stone Soup



All pieces will be packaged in a large ziplock bag. This allows you to be able to store all the pieces and story in one place.

Slight variations in design may occur do to making pieces by hand without patterns.



Stone Soup

A kindly, old stranger was walking through the land when he came upon a village. As he entered, the villagers moved towards their homes locking doors and windows.
The stranger smiled and asked, why are you all so frightened. I am a simple traveler, looking for a soft place to stay for the night and a warm place for a meal.
"There's not a bite to eat in the whole province," he was told. "We are weak and our children are starving. Better keep moving on."
"Oh, I have everything I need," he said. "In fact, I was thinking of making some stone soup to share with all of you." He pulled an iron cauldron from his cloak, filled it with water, and began to build a fire under it.
Then, with great ceremony, he drew an ordinary-looking stone from a silken bag and dropped it into the water.
By now, hearing the rumor of food, most of the villagers had come out of their homes or watched from their windows. As the stranger sniffed the "broth" and licked his lips in anticipation, hunger began to overcome their fear.
"Ahh," the stranger said to himself rather loudly, "I do like a tasty stone soup. Of course, stone soup with cabbage -- that's hard to beat."
Soon a villager approached hesitantly, holding a small cabbage he'd retrieved from its hiding place, and added it to the pot.
"Wonderful!!" cried the stranger. "You know, I once had stone soup with cabbage and a bit of salt beef as well, and it was fit for a king."
The village butcher managed to find some salt beef . . . And so it went, through potatoes, onions, carrots, corn, and so on, until there was indeed a delicious meal for everyone in the village to share. "It is so delicious, all it needs is a dash or salt and pepper to be perfect” said the stranger. So a villager ran home and returned with a salt and pepper shaker. The stranger added it to the soup.
Everyone in the village and the stranger shared the pot of Stone Soup and it was the best meal they had ever had.
The villager elder offered the stranger a great deal of money for the magic stone, but he refused to sell it and traveled on the next day.
As he left, the stranger came upon a group of village children standing near the road. He gave the silken bag containing the stone to the youngest child, whispering to a group, It was not the stone, but the villagers that had performed the magic."

Moral of Stone Soup story: that when we each give a little, we can achieve a lot!

Reviews

5 out of 5 stars
(605)
Reviewed by mbrister2
5 out of 5 stars
Dec 5, 2017
Wonderful. I know my kids in speech therapy will love it.
Stone Soup Felt Story Set // Flannel Board Set // Preschool Lesson on Sharing // Team Work // Work Together //

Reviewed by Claudia
5 out of 5 stars
Aug 23, 2017
So beautifully made! Delighted with seller's fast response via Etsy convos. Quick and accommodating, lovely customer service received. Highly recommended to others, thank you!
Stone Soup Felt Story Set // Flannel Board Set // Preschool Lesson on Sharing // Team Work // Work Together //

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