Weatherwise & Otherwise

The wind blew (wooooo), the lightening flashed (flish, flash), the thunder boomed (boom, boom), the rain fell (splish, splash) and the door opened . . .

Meet a very strange visitor, create some wild weather, make and take a ‘monster’ and explore your emotions.

Tales, tunes and crafts focussed firmly on the weather of the skies and of the heart.

Coming soon: The Strange Visitor  re-told by Renita Boyle, illustrated by Mike Abel

Note: The Strange Visitor is a well loved Scottish Folk Tale.  It was first published in scots by Sir George Douglas (Scottish Folktales and Fairytales 1901).  



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