The Tale of the Fairy Helpers

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A downloadable copy of the original Fairy story written by Caroline Dobson for The Fairy Nice Trading Company.


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Tick the box and select "The Tale of the Fairy Helpers", and we'll send you a copy of this story printed on high quality A4 paper


Oh! Don't we all wish we had a Cleaning Fairy, my sweet! But the reality is, it's usually us grown ups that magic the home neat and tidy. And when it comes to trying to get the children to help around the house ... well! Where do you even start?

Perhaps with a story ...

How will this story encourage my children to help around the house though?

This sweet poem is an original tale written by our Head Fairy Godmother, Caroline Dobson. It features in our Secret Fairy Circle as a narrated mini movie, introducing the Cleaning Fairy and her "Be a Fairy helper" Fairy letters.

The story was created to plant the idea of lending a hand in little imaginations. Using the tale of the Cleaning Fairy, we subtly highlight the perils of leaving all the jobs to one poor soul. Then we shine a light on the delights of working as a team to get stuff done so that everyone can have a turn at playing.

It's a magical tale that we'd love you to share with your little ones

Sometimes it's great to pop a video on for the kiddies and enjoy 5 minutes peace. But sometimes sharing a story together is better done in person. So, when we created our new Secret Fairy Circle and loaded it up with narrated mini movies, the Head Fairy Godmother insisted we also offer the poem in downloadable form. That way, parents and carers could choose to share snuggles and stories with their little ones without the need of a screen.

So this is what you get when you order "The Tale of the Fairy Helpers"

Now, this Fairy story is a downloadable product. So, you will find a link in your order confirmation to click that will reveal a pdf of the story for you to print out at home.

You will be able to access your link for up to 10 days after your purchase, and you will be able to download your poem up to 3 times.

And if you don't have a printer? No problem!

We appreciate not every one has access to a printer. So, if you are unable to print your poem out at home, don’t worry. Simply tick the box above to add “Print my Printables”  and request “The Tale of the Fairy Helpers” in the requirements box. We’ll print a copy of the story for you onto high quality A4 paper and pop it in the post.

And if you think you need more than a story to get your children to help around the house?

If you don't think our Fairytale will cut it, then we thoroughly recommend you step right into the Secret Fairy Circle. This magical, member-only area contains all sorts of ideas and printable Fairy letters to inspire and delight the little ones. But crucially, it's here that you'll find the Cleaning Fairy's "Be a Fairy Helper" letters, mentioned in the story.

Because, at the end of the day a tale is just a tale. But, when things start appearing in the home that mirror the story you just heard, you start to take a little bit more notice. And in our experience, there's very little a child won't do when a Fairy friend asks for help.

Secret Fairy Circle membership is included with every beautiful Fairy Door. Or you can purchase membership without a Fairy Door HERE>>

One last, important thing …

This story is an original poem by Caroline Dobson for The Fairy Nice Trading Company. It is therefore copyrighted and any unauthorised copying, sharing or distribution of this work will make us all very sad and may have legal ramifications. So we ask that you be a good Fairy friend and enjoy the poem only with your nearest and dearest.

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