Juego del Jueves: Érase Una Vez...
Erase una vez... una princesa que le gustaba jugar con su perrito.
Un dia estaban jugando y de repente...
Next it was her turn to continue the story and we alternated until the story was finished. She loved it! She loves imagining stories. I found it to be pretty funny the things she came up with and how she used phrasing from stories we have read in the past.
*Ways to make this more fun could be passing around a microphone or a wand to the person telling the story at the moment. If your child has a hard time thinking of different ideas for the story. Take a bunch of random objects around the house (a cup, food, stuffed animals, little toy cars, etc) and put them in a bag. When it is their turn to tell the story, they can draw an object out of the bag and they have to include that object in the story they are telling.
Something that might help with this activity is to read a bunch of stories beforehand. We have a lot of fairy tales we enjoy. Below are links to some versions we like that are affordable or might be at your library. They are pretty advanced stories, but after reading them many time, my older daughter understands them well.
***I have edited this adding on the stories that were suggested in the wonderful comments! Check out the comments and the links I provide-
Does any one know of a good fairy tale story book in Spanish that has simpler language? Sometimes with the advanced stories, I change the more difficult words into simpler language. But I have been searching for some time now and I can't seem to find any simpler fairy tales!