Acceptance, sense of belonging and being included are what may children strive for. Each year over 2 million children dress up for Halloween.
However, there lingers a small percentage of children that do not participate due to various religions. Small children learn best through play, in which case dressing up for dramatic play allows them to express themselves in their own way. Vocabulary Parade gives children the chance to execute imaginative faculty and creative power.
Vocabulary Parade is about just that! This story gives children the chance to be creative and use their imaginations while also allowing children to spend quality time with their families. This 746 word story is about a young child named Bubba who is learning the difference between celebrating Halloween and participating in a Vocabulary Parade. Bubba's parents try to encourage him to be more creative and imaginative by hand crafting a costume rather than purchasing one.
Bubba spent some time with his family creating an awesome costume!
However in the back of his mind, he wanted to wear a costume his parents would buy. This book is intended for children ages 4 to 6.