Jack and the Beanstalk by John HoweGenre: Fairy Tale
Audience: Ages 4-8
A. Jack is first described as lazy but then later on as a brave man, the giant is described as loud and scary. The mom is described as a poor widow.
B. I am familiar with a simliar story but not as scary.
C. I would use this for storytelling to a child or group because it has all the elements of a good fairy tale and I thought the illustrations added to the story.
D. Why does the boy keep going back to the scary giant? He keeps going back because his family is poor and they need food to eat.
Tales & Games: Jack & the Beanstalk
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The youngest player starts by rolling the dice and moving their Jack the matching number of leaves up the beanstalk. If another Jack already occupies the leaf your Jack lands on, then you move your Jack onto the next leaf. When the Giant is rolled the player must place the ball into the Giant's hands and press the button on his head. This will send the ball crashing down the Beanstalk, wobbling the branches. Any Jack that falls off must start again from the bottom on its next turn. If there is no Jack on the Beanstalk when the Giant is rolled then the player must roll again.
Parker Brothers published the colorful board game, Jack and the Beanstalk, in The game board and box display beautiful images, showing scenes from the story, and makes an attractive addition to any game collection.
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