One day a puppy was walking through a vegetable garden and met its inhabitants. But he didn’t know what anyone’s name was. You need to help the puppy learn about the inhabitants of the wonderful vegetable garden.
First, the little dog saw a green and blubbery creature Who is it? Well, it’s a cucumber, a real brave lover.
Next he met a red beauty. It was ripe, juicy, and a bit chubby. It’s Mr. Tomato!
And here’s a lady of business, dressed in a hundred fur coats. And she’s not the least bit hot in summer. It’s the cabbage that can’t get warm.
And who’s the one that put his side out in the sun? It’s not sunburned, it’s just a little white. It’s the lazybones of the zucchini.
He strolled on, and saw multicolored bushes. They were sweet peppers of different colors: red, orange, yellow and green.
He also saw a maiden, whose scythe was always outside, while she herself was sitting in a dungeon. Who is that? A carrot, of course. Now the puppy knows who lives in the merry vegetable garden. It is inhabited by wonderful people.
A vegetable tale
Grandpa planted a turnip. And waited for it to grow big and big. The time has come. Grandpa started to dig a turnip. He pulls and pulls… And then he hears the vegetable talking to him. – Grandpa, what kind of a turnip am I to you, I am a red carrot with green curly hair! – Wonderful, – says grandpa, – but where did I plant a turnip? I don’t remember. Come into my basket, you will be useful for soup, but in the meantime we will look for them together. He goes on through the garden. He pulls and pulls… – Oh, be careful with me, I’m not a turnip, I’m a beet, – replied the burgundy lady. – ‘How come,’ said the grandfather, ‘I’m mixed up again. Come with me, I’ll need you for borscht. He goes on. – You must be a turnip,” said the grandfather to another vegetable. – Who, me? No, I’m not. I’m a potato. – Gee,” the grandfather muttered, “Oh, old age is no fun. I’m blind and I have problems with my memory. How am I supposed to find a turnip? – Here I am, – exclaimed the turnip, – how long you all can wait? I’m sitting here, bored alone. – At last, – the grandfather was glad. He wanted to pull it out, but it was a really big turnip. Maybe I should call my grandmother, granddaughter and others. And how did grandpa pull the turnip? Well, that’s another story.
The vegetable dispute
Once upon a time there lived an old man and an old woman. The grandfather was watching TV in the evenings, and the grandmother was knitting socks for him. They got bored of living like that. They decided to have a garden. They spent all day long fiddling with it. They liked the fact that time passed quickly and they were not bored at all. The time to sow seeds came. Grandfather did not entrust his grandmother with such a serious task. He went to the market himself, bought everything. He decided not to call Granny and sowed the seeds himself. But he stumbled, and all the seeds were scattered on the garden. Grandpa came home grumpy. And says: “Now how can I find out where the carrots are and where the beets are!” “Don’t worry, Grandpa,” said Grandma, “when the time comes, we’ll figure it out ourselves. Autumn has come and it is time to gather the harvest. The old man and the old woman look at the vegetables, and they are all so beautiful and ripe. But they argue with each other about who is the best and the healthiest. – I am a tomato, I make a delicious tomato. I’m the best. – And I’m the healthiest. I’m an onion, I cure all ills. – No, you’re not. I’m also rich in vitamins. I am a pumpkin sweet and very tasty, and I am also very bright and beautiful. – You’re not the only one who’s beautiful. I am a red carrot, I am a beautiful girl. Useful and tasty, everyone likes me very much. The vegetables argued for a long time, until the grandfather and grandmother said: “All of you are important and useful. We’ll gather you all together, and leave no one in the patch. Some of you will be used for porridge, some for soup, and many of you are edible raw and very tasty. The vegetables were happy, they laughed and clapped”.
Tale of Useful Vegetables
Katya, as usual, was visiting her grandmother during the summer vacation. She liked it very much in the village. The bright and warm sun always lifted her spirits, and in the clean river she could always bathe in plenty. But Katya was very often capricious and did not obey her grandmother. She did not want to eat the prepared dishes of vegetables and fruit. The girl refused to eat them and said: “I don’t want this, I won’t eat this. I don’t eat this green stuff, and take away this red stuff. And everything in this spirit. Of course, it really upset the grandmother, because she was trying so hard for her favorite granddaughter. But Katenka could not help it.
One day the girl went outside and heard someone talking in the vegetable garden. She went closer to the seedbeds and was very surprised. The vegetables were arguing with each other. – I am the most important vegetable in the world, – said the potato, – I can satiate the whole body and give strength for the whole day. Thanks to my useful properties, every child will run, jump, jump for a long time, and will not get tired at all. – That’s not true, I’m the most important one! – Declared a beautiful orange carrot. You have no idea how much beta-carotene in me – a supervitamin. It’s good for your eyesight. – Hmm, – thought Katya – perhaps grandma really loves carrots, since she still knits and reads without glasses. And at the same time the vegetables continued to argue: – My dear friend, – joined the conversation pumpkin, – do not think that you’re the only one rich in beta-carotene. I have plenty of it, too. I help people cope with autumn ailments. I also have vitamin C in me. – I have that vitamin, too,” replied the red pepper playfully, “I have a lot more of it than citrus fruits. – No, you guys are important, of course, but I’m still the most important! – said the broccoli sprouts. – You can eat me not only boiled, fried or stewed, but also raw. I have the most useful vitamins. And I make an excellent soup. – Friends, you’re all right, of course, but without me the food is not as good. – said the onion in a bass voice, – and I can cure a man of many diseases. At that moment the vegetables noticed that someone was watching them and immediately stopped their dispute, as if they were not talking at all. – What wonders! – Katenka said softly. – And then the grandmother called her granddaughter for food. Katya realized that she was very hungry, and ran to wash her hands. When she saw that pumpkin porridge was waiting for her for breakfast, she was very happy. She wanted to try all the vegetables herself and choose which one was the most important and tastiest. Katya decided that from now on she would enjoy eating her grandmother’s salads and porridge and be beautiful and healthy
Vegetables in the Garden
In the summer we planted vegetables in the garden: beets, carrots, onions, cabbage and pumpkin. The sun was warming, the rain was watering, and the vegetables grew quickly in the patch. Birds gathered harmful bugs, cats caught moles-earthers. Good and friendly lived vegetables in the garden. Vegetables grew and told each other stories, sang songs, but one thing upset them that they can not reach each other and play because they grow in different beds.
Summer came to an end, and then autumn came. It became cold and rainy in the garden, all the fairy tales were told, all the riddles were solved – the vegetables became sad. But it’s time for the harvest. People dug and gathered vegetables, brought them into the house, cleaned and cut them, and cooked a delicious vegetable soup. They were so happy when they met in one pot all together! They began to run after each other, to catch up, to catch and run away again.
The delicious and healthy vegetable soup swirled merrily on the stove.
A Fabulous Journey of Vegetables
Once upon a time there were a cucumber, a tomato, and a carrot. One day the tomato says: “My grandfather told me that somewhere far away, beyond the seas, oceans live creatures similar to us.” “Oh, how interesting!” – Carrot exclaimed. “And let’s go on a trip and meet them at the same time,” suggested the cucumber. So they began to pack for the long journey. Two days passed, the friends made a boat, inflated the mattress, stretched the sail and set sail.
They sailed for a day, then another day. Suddenly it rained heavily, the wind blew and a storm began. The wind tore the sail and nearly toppled the boat. When the sea calmed down, they looked around and saw nothing but water. The cucumber, the tomato and the carrot were frightened and began to shout, waving their hands. Suddenly, someone’s face appeared out of the water. It was Stupa the dolphin, who swam by and heard the screams. Friends began to tell each other that they swam to look for creatures similar to themselves. And Stupa answers them: “Yes, I know, there are people just like you on the island. I’ll take you there!”
The cucumber, tomato, and carrot jumped onto the dolphin’s back and swam to the island. Quickly Stupa drove them to the sandy shore. They came ashore, and the carrot shouted: “Look, look – what an orange tomato and a yellow cucumber!” The dolphin laughed, “But that’s an orange and a banana. Come on, I’ll introduce you to them!” And so the cucumber, carrot, tomato, banana, and orange became friends! They started visiting each other, and they don’t forget about Stupa!
The Tale of the Carrot
Once upon a time there was a carrot in Grandma Vary’s garden. Her granddaughter Irinka saw her and asked:
– Who are you?
– I am Carrot-tail.
Come and visit more often.
To make your eyes sparkle,
To make your cheeks glow,
Eat carrots and drink my juice,
You’ll only get healthier! – The carrot answered her.
Irinka ran to Baba Vara and told her everything.
– Carrots contain a lot of vitamin A, which strengthens the body and protects it from infections, and has a positive effect on the eyesight. But carrots are not only a storehouse of vitamin A. It contains almost the entire vitamin alphabet,” Grandma said.
– Do you want us to make a delicious vitamin salad? – She asked.
– I do, I do! – Irinka shouted excitedly.
– Then let’s do it!
We peel and peel carrots,
We’ll rub the carrots.
We sprinkle sugar on them
And we sprinkle it with sour cream.
Here’s a salad that’s rich in vitamins
Rich in vitamins!
Irinka really liked the carrot salad. Since then they became friends.
Crunchy – Traveller
Once upon a time there lived a cucumber called Khrustik. He was a very curious boy. Khrustik was interested in everything around him. Why does the Sun shine only in the daytime? Where do the clouds run? Crunchy’s mother was often lost when she heard such questions.
One day Crunchy decided to leave the thicket of cucumber tops and go on a trip. He was so eager to find out what was going on beyond his home.
When the sun began to get hot and his mother fell asleep in the shade under a leaf, Crunchy set off on his journey.
The first person he met on his way was Tomato, a big, red tomato.
– Who are you? – Krunchy asked him.
– I am a fat red tomato,
♪ I’ve been fond of kids for ages ♪
♪ I’m a vitamin chest ♪
Bite the side!
– Let’s be friends! My name’s Krispy Kreme, I live in that patch over there.
– Come on, come and visit more often! – replied Tomato.
And Krunchy kept walking. On his way he met a carrot.
– Who are you? – Krunchy asked him.
– I am Carrot-tail.
Come and visit me more often.
To make my eyes sparkle,
To make your cheeks glow,
Eat carrots and drink my juice,
You’ll only get healthier!
– Let’s be friends! My name is Crunchy, I live in that bed over there.
– Come on, I have many friends! – replied Carrot-top.
Here Crunchy noticed that the Sun began to hide behind the horizon. It means that soon it will be night and Mommy will be worried.
– Goodbye, I’ll be sure to come visit tomorrow. And now I have to go home! – Crunchy said and hurried to his patch.
The Adventures of Tomato
In a small vegetable garden, on a bed lived a family Tomato. Tomato grew up very greedy. His favorite words were, “Mine! “, “Mine! “Mine!”, “Mine!”.
One day Tomato was walking through the garden. And Garlic came running towards him, carrying his harvest. “Mine!” – Tomato shouted and took the harvest from Garlic. He was offended and cried.
Tomato walked on. He sees an onion coming, carrying a basket full of greens. “Mine!” – Tomato shouted and took the basket from Luke.
Tomato goes on, and on the bed a bitter Pepper is stringing peppers on a rope. “Mine! ” – shouted Tomato and took away the rope with the peppers.
The offended vegetables gathered and decided to teach the greedy one a lesson.
– I’m going to make everyone around me cry,
Even though I’m not a brawler, I’m an onion,” said the offended Onion.
– Not a root, but in the ground,
Not bread, but on the table;
I am a condiment to food,
And I’m good for the greedy, said the offended Garlic.
– They say I’m bitter,
They say I’m sweet,
They say I grow in a field.
I’m the healthiest I can be
You have my word on that,
Eat me all you like
I’ll cure your evil
You’ll be all right, said the offended Pepper.
They got together and caught the greedy man, but they hit him so hard that Tomato begged for mercy. The vegetables believed him and gave him a chance to mend his ways.
Since then Tomato has changed to the joy of his mother and father.
Description: The author’s tale will introduce children to the adventures in the city of vegetables. This literary material can be used to develop imagination and fantasy, as well as a plot for creating creative works
In the green kingdom-state, there lived a gentleman named Zucchini. He was very important, well-fed and a little bit clumsy.
He really loved his kingdom-state, but more than anything else he liked to bask in the sun and get fat.
He had a daughter, the beautiful Princess Patisson. She loved to walk in the green glade, sing songs and dance. Hear her singing: la-la-la-la-la-la.
And there also lived in the palace a guard, Signor Potato. He was very good at his job, guarding the kingdom – the green state – so that no stranger could sneak in, no one could grow on someone else’s territory.
Signor Potato was sullen and a little stern.
He also kept an eye on Princess Patisson, so that she wouldn’t walk far, wouldn’t fall in a hole, wouldn’t break a leg.
All was quiet and peaceful in the kingdom – the green state.
Not far away, beyond the clearing, in a simple vegetable garden lived simple vegetables: beets – “Bardo”, which every day made the funniest hairstyles out of their braids, baby – carrots, green peppers, old man-baclain, and onions – green pods.
Onion loved to play, but everyone with whom he made friendship, suddenly began to cry, rub his eyes, pinch his nose, and run away.
– Nobody plays with me, I give off a bitter onion smell, and everyone starts shedding tears. I bring misfortune.
And the onion walked alone all alone. Walking alone, he thought of his friend. And suddenly in the clearing he saw a stranger. It was Princess Patisson, she had gone for a walk before going to bed.
– Who are you?” she asked, “what’s your name?
– I’m The Onion, and who are you?
– And I’m Princess Patisson. And why are you so sad?
– No one wants to be friends with me, because I’m bitter. And now you’re going to cry.
– No, I’m not going to cry, I’m going to sing songs.
They held hands and twirled to Patisson’s merry song.
The guard Potato saw all this and reported to Signor Porridge.
– Dear Mr. Porridge! Your daughter, the princess, is walking around with an unknown person, a mere vegetable.
– How? I will not allow it, immediately bring her to the kingdom, the green state and lock her up.
Patisson stood alone at the open window, thinking of her good new friend. She was sad, she hadn’t eaten anything, she had lost weight, and she was sick.
– Ahhhh! Hoochie!
– Trouble! Trouble! My daughter, Princess Patisson, is sick! Who will cure my daughter, who will save her? – Shouted in despair, Signor Porridge.
– I will cure the princess – said the Onion. She will get well.
He came to the princess – the princess was sneezing, tears were streaming from her eyes.
The onion began to remove the scaly hats from her head – and the whole room was filled with the bitter onion smell.
– Be patient a little longer, and you will be well.
– I am well now,” said the princess. And tears are tears of joy. Thank you for curing me.
Signor Porridge was embarrassed and agreed to the wedding. He invited everyone to the wedding, he didn’t forget anyone.
And he appointed the onion the chief healer in the kingdom, the green kingdom.
And so ends the fairy tale.
A Tale of Useful Vegetables
One day boy Vanya had a dream in which he found himself in a wonderful place –
Kingdom of Vegetables. He saw a path and walked along it. Suddenly he hears a conversation.
He looked around and there was no one there. Just vegetables lying there. He came closer to the beds, and saw the vegetables talking. Not just talking, but arguing.
– I am the boss! – The potato was talking loudly.
– Why?” asked a smiling cucumber. – Because I am healthy and beautiful too!
– Sweat Because I’m better than other vegetables to satiate, give all people energy for the whole day! – replied potatoes.
– No, I am the most important! – The orange carrot disagreed with the potato and cucumber. – Do you know how much I have a special vitamin – beta-carotene? It’s good for good eyesight. Who eats me, carrots, he will see well into his old age. But you have to eat me with sour cream, so my vitamins work properly and become much more useful.
Vanya listens to the carrot and nods his head. That is why it turns out that his grandmother sees well and does not wear glasses even when knitting and sewing. She probably loves carrots.
– Girlfriend, not only you are rich in beta-carotene, – replied pumpkin. – I also have a lot of it, as well as other useful vitamins! I help a person to fight autumn and spring illnesses, when it’s wet, cold and windy outside. I have vitamin C in me, too!
– Oh, if you want vitamin C, I am the one you come to! – laughed the sweet fleshy red pepper. – I’ve got lots of it! Even more than yellow lemons and orange oranges! I help with colds, I strengthen the body.
– I’m a red tomato, I lift your spirits! If you eat a tomato, you’ll smile a lot.
– And I’m also one of the healthiest vegetables! – smiled the broccoli, the curly cabbage, fixing its green leaves. – And what’s not in me! You can boil me or eat me raw – full of vitamins! And my taste! Do you know what kind of soup I make?
– Now, now, friends, don’t get excited,” said the onion in a bass voice. – You have heard the saying, “Onions cure seven ailments,” haven’t you? That’s what they say about me. It means that I can cure and protect from many diseases. And I am added to all dishes. They don’t taste as good without me.
Suddenly the vegetables noticed that they were being watched and immediately fell silent, as if they were not just arguing with each other.
– What wonders! – Vanya whispered, and then the dream ended. It was his mother who woke him up, calling him to eat.
The boy realized he was very hungry and ran to wash his hands. On the way, he remembered what his mother had made for breakfast today. And when he remembered what she had said about pumpkin porridge, he was glad. Now he would always eat his mother’s soups, porridges and salads and become strong, agile and healthy. Since then, Vanya was never capricious again, ate well, and became less sick. And other children, when he saw that they indulged in food, always talked about his wonderful dream.
Grandma Nyura had different vegetables growing in her vegetable garden. On small beds, carrots, beets, onions, parsley, and dill enjoyed the sun’s rays. Potatoes, which occupied the greater part of the ground, had their own place.
Carrots waved their tender green tops to the neighboring beets with dark green leaves, and onions played and intertwined their fresh sprouts with fragrant dill. The parsley paid no attention to the playfulness of the onion, giving its beautiful, carved leaves complete freedom. Carrots and beets often glanced in the direction of the proud potato: it had tall stalks, and it had many more leaves than the others. White flowers bloomed at the top of the potato stems.
– Why did the potatoes have so much soil? – The carrot asked the beet grudgingly. – Its stems and leaves are why they grow so well! And I am constantly being thinned, limiting my growth, leaving only selected carrots, which then grow big, big!
– Yes, it’s not fair,” replied the beet. – Baba Nyura also keeps a close eye on my growth and often leaves only the most beautiful round fruits to grow, while she makes borscht or botvinnik out of the rest.
– This is not good,” pointed out the onion as well. – My sprouts are always plucked and crumbled into a salad, and potatoes grow: he does not care about anything.
Dill and parsley just sighed heavily, and the potatoes only raised their stems even higher toward the sun.
And so the summer flew by. Onions with dill and parsley grandmother Nyura long ago removed from the beds. She carefully dried part of the harvest for the winter. Only carrots and beets remained on the ground, and potatoes, the branches of which had sunk to the ground and turned yellow.
Grandchildren came to grandmother Nyura and began to dig out the potatoes, rattling buckets and shovels. Carrots and beets watched intently as people harvested from this proud and silent plant. The potatoes, it turned out, had large fruits growing underground. When they were dug up, so much joy was on people’s faces. Baba Nyura kept repeating, “Good harvest today!” And her grandchildren answered: “Potatoes are the second bread! Now we’ll have something to eat in winter!”
The carrots and beets thought. So that’s why Baba Nyura allocated so much land for potatoes! People consider it one of the most important plants that gives them the fruit they need for basic food, second bread.
When the potatoes were harvested, it was time for the beets and carrots. They were carefully gathered and placed in different boxes, then – lowered into the cellar. When the carrots and beets ended up in the cool cellar, they were surprised to find that next to them in the crates were the fruits of the potatoes they had recently harvested. Only there were many more potatoes than carrots and beets. So, the vegetables from the beds next door ended up together again.
A Tale of Useful Vegetables (Fairy-Tale Therapy for Children)
One summer, Sergei was visiting his grandmother in the village. It’s good in the sod – the sun, the river, the clean air. Outside you can play with the kids from morning till darkness! Except that Sergei often quarreled with his grandmother. And why? Grandmother prepared delicious lunches of fruits and vegetables for her grandson, and the boy did not want to eat them. “I don’t like this one. I won’t have this. That red stuff I don’t eat! Put that green stuff away!” – That’s what the grandmother heard every time she tried to get the boy to sit down at the table. Grandmother was upset, and Sergei himself did not like to offend her, but he could not help it.
One morning, before breakfast, the boy went out into the yard to say hello to the sun. Suddenly, Sergei heard someone’s voices coming from his grandmother’s vegetable garden. He looked around, no one was there. He came closer to the beds and was astonished. It was the vegetables on the beds talking to each other. And not just talking, but arguing.
– I am the most important! – The potato declared. – I satiate better than all the vegetables, give strength for the whole day!
– No, I’m the most important! – The orange carrot disagreed. – Do you know how much vitamin in me – beta-carotene? It is very good for the eyes. Whoever eats a lot of it, he will see well into old age.
Sergei listens to carrots, and he nods his head. That’s why his grandmother sees so well, and does not wear glasses even when sewing or knitting. She must love carrots.
– You’re not the only one, my friend, who is rich in beta-carotene,” replied the pumpkin. – And I have a lot of it in me. As well as other useful vitamins! I help a person to fight autumn diseases, when it’s wet and windy outside. I have vitamin C in me, too!
– Oh, if it’s vitamin C you’re talking about, I’m the one to talk to! – The fleshy, sweet red bell pepper laughed. – I have a lot of it! More than in lemons and oranges! It helps with colds, strengthens the body.
– And I am one of the healthiest vegetables! – smiled the curly broccoli, fixing its green leaves. – I have a lot of things in me! You can boil me or eat me raw – full of vitamins! And the taste! Do you know what kind of soup I make?
– Now, now, friends, don’t get excited,” said the onion in a bass voice. – Haven’t you heard the saying, “Onions cure seven ailments”? That’s me. It means that I can cure many diseases. And in general, I am added to all dishes. They don’t taste as good without me.
Suddenly the vegetables noticed that they are being watched and suddenly fell silent, as if they were not just arguing with each other.
– What a miracle! – Sergei whispered, and then his grandmother called him in for breakfast.
The boy realized that he was terribly hungry and ran to wash his hands. On the way, he remembered what his grandmother made for breakfast today. And when he remembered what she had said about pumpkin porridge, he was glad. Now he would always eat his grandmother’s soups, porridges and salads, and would become strong, agile and healthy.
Vegetable Fairy Tale
Once upon a time there lived a vegetable garden. They lived in harmony until they wondered who was more important than all of them. And when they wondered about that, they fought. Each believes that he is better, healthier and tastier than the others.
So The Onion declares:
– I am the most important! Yesterday I heard a housewife saying: “Onions are a cure for seven ailments!
– You’re nothing but tears! – Cabbage intervened. – Not without reason there is a riddle about you: “A grandfather is sitting, dressed in a hundred fur coats, who undresses him, he sheds tears.
– They put me in every dish! – The Onion wouldn’t let up.
– Ha-ha-ha! – The Apples laughed. – They don’t put me in jam! We make excellent jam! And pies with apples – just delicious!
– But I’m the juiciest,” said Tomato.
– No, I am!” said Cucumber. – I’m juicy and crunchy too.
– Water with water! – The cabbage snorted. – And I have so many vitamins!
– And we are very useful! – Carrots and Beets looked out from under the tops.
There was so much noise and commotion that the neighbor’s Sparrow flew in to see what happened. He sat on a branch of a cherry bush and listened to what the Vegetables were arguing about.
– Listen! – he said. – I’m not as wise as my grandpa-sparrow, but I want to give you some advice: stop arguing, the Mistress will come into the garden – which of you she will take for dinner, and he is the most important.
And so it happened. The Mistress, a kind old lady, was expecting her favorite grandchildren. She decided to treat them to the glory: cook delicious, rich borscht, bake a cake with apples, cut salad of fresh vegetables and greens, boil currant kissel. And for sweet, she wanted to make fragrant strawberry jam. The hostess went into the vegetable garden with a large wicker basket, picked and put cabbage, carrots and beets, onions, tomatoes and cucumbers in it. She didn’t forget the apples and strawberries.
And just then the Vegetables realized that there is no main thing among them, they are all good, tasty and useful in their own way. The main thing is that the dishes made of them should be made with love
Fairy tale story “Earth Apples” about potatoes for children
Fairy potatoes grow in a fairyland. A fairy runs everything there. One day she tells a little girl how potatoes grow…
I look into the vegetable garden and see a fairy tale potato growing. Why a fairy tale potato? Because a fairy fairy helps them grow. She makes a beautiful green bush grow from a little seed potato, then it has flowers that will whisper merrily to the wind and other flowers.
And you know what magic happens next? The blossoms grow upward, reaching for the sun, while the potato tubers form below, in the ground. You can’t see them.
The potato doesn’t grow alone, it’s surrounded by brother potatoes.
That’s how the beloved vegetable we all know grows.
And once a funny story happened with potatoes. A little girl told us that potatoes grow on a tree. Allegedly her mother told her that potatoes are apples. And the little girl herself had already surmised that apples grow on trees.
The fairy explained to the girl that potatoes are apples, but they’re apples, not sweet apples. And earth apples grow in the ground.
Thank you, fairy tale fairy, for helping the potatoes grow, I love them so much!
The Beet Story Fairy Tale
In times immemorial, when patissons and eggplants did not yet exist, beets were already known to people: bright, strong, juicy. People used it for food. What do you think they ate? The tops, that is, the leaves. And the root vegetables were used only for medicinal purposes.
But one day a story like this happened. In a small settlement, an evil beast came running. And there was no peace with it. He could steal people’s food or spoil crops. People endured and endured, and went to other territories. And the grandfather was the only one left in the settlement.
Food reserves were small, only beets were in abundance. So he started to eat both tops and roots, i.e. leaves and roots. The beets turned out to be very tasty. The grandfather boiled and steamed it, and even made beet juice.
And soon grandfather felt that he had more energy. And his legs began to run better, and he got less tired. Root vegetables turned out to be tasty and useful.
My grandfather started to grow beets himself. And little by little, people returned to the settlement. The beast has long gone, either ran away, or became docile.
And the grandfather taught people how to handle the beets. People fell in love with this vegetable. Since then, not a single vegetable season was without beets.
Questions to the fairy tale “The Beet Story”
What part of the beets did people initially use for food?
Why did the people leave the settlement?
What did the grandfather eat when he was left alone?
What did the root vegetables of the beets turn out to be like?
In what form did the grandfather eat the beets?
Do you like beets?
One day the little Carrot and Beetroot asked their mothers why Cabbage was called “Barista”? And I must say that the cabbage really was in the garden, like a barren woman. On the bed, it took up a lot of space, and the ridge, allocated for cabbage, was larger than others. It was provided with the most abundant water; and the weeds were afraid of her. Sprouts of carrots and beets they easily joined, but from the cabbage preferred to stay away. It was so big that it could run over them inadvertently.
Mothers of babies Carrots and Beetroots did not know why she was called “madam”. They decided to ask about it King Gorokh.
– Cabbage is a ladylove because she is always dressed up, she wears a hundred clothes. And whoever walks in rich robes, that’s the bariña. And besides she is so big and healthy. A real Russian lady, – said King Gorokh.
Carrots and Beetroot nodded merrily. They liked so much how Cabbage grows. It had such a beautiful green color. The color of hope.
Questions and assignments for the fairy tale “Barry’s Cabbage.”
What vegetable in the vegetable garden is called “Barry’s cabbage”?
What was the attitude in the vegetable garden toward Cabbage?
Why were the weeds afraid of Cabbage?
What vegetables wanted to know more about Cabbage?
How did King Pea explain why Cabbage was a barnyard?
Describe Cabbage. What is it like: big or small, round or flat, green or yellow? Do you like cabbage?
The Tale of the Overseas Eggplant Author: Iris Revue
Jean Eggplant has come to our garden from a foreign land. His clothes are foreign, our vegetables don’t wear such clothes. He is dressed in purple and has a green collar. Jean Eggplant keeps to himself in our vegetable garden. But very dignified!
We haven’t seen Jean Eggplant’s brothers and sisters and didn’t know about them. But it turns out that Jean has brothers in our vegetable garden after all. It turned out that the clever boy Vitya read in the encyclopedia that eggplant – is an Armenian cucumber, and told his grandmother about it, and the vegetables heard everything. So the cucumber is the brother of the Eggplant! And there are a lot of cucumbers in our gardens!
And the boy also read that the eggplant vegetable is very useful. In the mysterious East eggplants are called “vegetables of longevity.
The vegetable gardeners were happy for Jean Eggplant. They were glad that Eggplant is so useful, and that he had brothers. Brothers are better, after all!
And how happy was Jean Eggplant himself! Now he looks at his green brethren from afar, and waving cheerfully in the wind.
Questions to the story “The Overseas Eggplant”
Where did Jean Eggplant come from?
What outfits does Jean Eggplant wear?
How did Eggplant know he had brothers?
Who are Eggplant’s brothers?
Do you like eggplant?
Is the eggplant useful?
Retelling the story “The Rich Harvest” using story pictures
Once upon a time there were hardworking geese Vanya and Kostya. Vanya really liked to work in the garden, and Kostya – in the garden. Vanya decided to grow a crop of pears and grapes, and Kostya – a crop of peas and cucumbers. The vegetables and fruit grew to glory. But then greedy caterpillars started to eat Kostya’s crops, and noisy crows came to Vanya’s garden and started pecking at pears and grapes. The goslings are not confused and fight the pests. Kostya called the birds for help, and Vanya decided to make a scarecrow. At the end of the summer, Kostya and Vanya had a rich harvest of fruits and vegetables. Now no winter could scare them.
– Who is this story about?
– Where did Vanya like to work? What can you call him?
– Where did Kostya like to work? What can you call him?
– What did Vanya grow in the garden?
– What did Kostya grow in the garden?
– Who was bothering Vanya? And who disturbed Kostya?
– What do you call the caterpillars and the geese?
– Who helped Vanya get rid of the caterpillars?
– What did Kostya do to scare away the caterpillars?
– What were the hard-working geese happy about at the end of summer?
Retelling the story.