Fairy tales are myths that parenst use to entertain their children and fire their imagination. A good parent will have pointed out the difference between fantasy and reality. So a good child will recognise the difference. <br />
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Some fairy tales have a moral - and the parent will point out the moral to the child, on the undertsnading that the story will have fired their imagination and excited them - so they are more likely to remember the moral of the story and how it applies!

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Fairy tales teach children that with imagination, anything can happen.

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I think both are equally important lessons. The first is to believe in the unknown which can inspire exploration, creativity, discovery, hope and imagination. The second teaches children that challenges can be overcome, generally by persevering, doing the right thing and standing up to them. It shows that humanity can face any challenge no matter how big.

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