Uncle Remus Stories – FREE Printable & Giveaway!

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As part of this month’s Poppins Book Nook theme of “Journey Into the World of Folktales”, I was super excited to share with the twins one of my favorite childhood storybooks, Walt Disney’s Uncle Remus Stories [A Giant Golden Book]! As a child, my father would read these folktales to me, in an exaggerated southern dialect that brought the stories to life.

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FREE Printable for Walt Disney's Uncle Remus Stories

Walt Disney’s Uncle Remus Stories [A Giant Golden Book] is based on the classic collection of African American folktales, Uncle Remus, His Songs and His Sayings: The Folk-Lore of the Old Plantation, written in 1881 by Joel Chandler Harris. The stories were originally written by Harris for the Atlanta Constitution newspaper. He soon became renowned for his ability to capture the 19th century African American dialect in the written word and his Uncle Remus Stories are the largest documented selection of African American folklore.

Walt Disney's Uncle Remus Stories

The book I shared with the twins is the actual storybook my father read to me as a child. They loved the stories, especially when I emphasized the southern dialect. You may want to practice reading the stories yourself before reading aloud to your kids, as the dialect can be a little tricky to read!

dialect – a form of a language spoken in a particular geographical area or by members of a particular social class or occupational group, distinguished by its vocabulary, grammar, and pronunciation

Uncle Remus StoriesOur favorite stories from the book were “De Tar-Baby” and “De Great Rabbit-Terrapin Race”. The boys reminded me of the similarities between “De Great Rabbit-Terrapin Race” and The Tortoise and the Hare that we had read as part of their My Father’s World kindergarten curriculum. Of course I was thrilled they made the connection and we discussed the similarities and differences.

Now for the FREEbie!

I created this printable to help bring our learning to life as we explored Walt Disney’s Uncle Remus Stories [A Giant Golden Book]. The vocabulary cards helped us discover the various types of folktales, as well as several other pertinent words. The southern recipes are just plain fun and tasty and a great culminating activity as we finished reading the Uncle Remus Stories. Download your Uncle Remus Stories FREE Printable today to enhance your journey into the south with Joel Chandler Harris’ classic Uncle Remus Stories!

FREE Printable for Uncle Remus Stories

Poppins Book Nook Giveaway!

Every month the Poppins Book Nook group will be offering readers a chance to win a brand new storybook or product that ties in with our theme for the month. This month one lucky entrant will win a copy of the E.H.M. curriculum Journey into the World of Folktales (PDF) and one copy of the book that is required to teach it called Around the World in 80 Tales by Saviour Pirotta to further their learning all about folktales.

Entrants must be 18 years or older and reside in a country that receives U.S. Postal mail. This giveaway is brought to you by the company Enchanted Homeschooling Mom who is owner and founder of the Poppins Book Nook. By entering this giveaway you are also acknowledging that you have read and agree to all of the Rafflecopter terms& conditions as well as Enchanted Homeschooling Mom’s disclosures found here.  Just enter the Rafflecopter below to win:
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I am the proud mama to 3 incredible boys. Our family began our homeschooling journey in 2006 when my oldest was in 2nd grade and the twins were barely 6 months old. I’m passionate about researching resources and activities that allow my children to use all of their senses and learning styles.

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  1. RavenThreads says

    When I was in college, I worked a little at a preschool, and I would occasionally memorize and tell the Uncle Remus stories because the kids would be glued to them, especially with the strange dialect and voices! Thanks for reminding me about the tales :-)

  2. says

    I loved Uncle Remus stories when I was young! Thanks for the blast from the past!

    Thank you for helping to bring a spoonful of reading fun to the Poppins Book Nook this month!

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