January is national soup month, who knew? However it does makes sense in these colder months to settle down with a nice warming bowl of soup.
The story of “Stone Soup” is a wonderful story about the community working together and sharing. It tells the story of two strangers who come into town and announce to the villagers that they can make a soup out of one stone.
In her stone-soup-a-lesson-in-sharing, Amanda Morgan illustrates how to use the story of Stone Soup to engage the children in sharing activities and lists other food related activities, it also has a great quick recipe for soup!
Lots of lovely ideas to make collages using images of vegetables and a soup plate from Preschool Express
Here is a Stone Soup simple wordsearch
Here is a printable mini book of the story to colour in different sizes from Twisty Noodle.
Lots of free activities on Stone Soup here at the Happy Housewife.
Here is a link bitsofpositivity and ideas of how to use childrens books to raise awareness about Hunger.
I am off to make myself a warming bowl of soup now. Here’s a selection of quick and easy soup recipes from Netmums!
Happy National Soup Month!
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