A story tells you about an event. It can be real or make-believe.
When you act, you do something or perform a role.
An actor is someone who performs a role in a play or a movie.
An angel embodies goodness.
People wear costumes to pretend they are someone or something else.
A castle is a huge, fancy building where a king or queen lives.
A crown is a fancy hat worn by kings and queens.
A dragon is a big, scary, fire-breathing, make-believe beast.
An emperor is an unelected ruler of a country.
Folk tales are stories that are passed on from generation to generation.
Ghosts are make-believe. Boo!
A jester was an entertainer for royalty during the Middle Ages.
A king is a hereditary ruler of a country.
A leprechaun is a make-believe tiny person from Ireland who searches for the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow.
A mermaid is a make-believe creature who is half woman, half fish.
Monsters are scary and make-believe.
A mummy is a preserved dead body.
Ogres are ugly, scary and make-believe.
A palace is a huge house where a king or queen lives.
Pirates robbed ships on the high seas.
A prince is the son of a king or queen.
A princess is the daughter of a king or queen.
A queen is a hereditary ruler of a country.
A long time ago, soldiers fought with swords.
A tale is a story.
A treasure chest is a lidded, locked box filled with valuables.
A unicorn is a mythical, one-horned animal.
A wand is a thin rod that you can carry.
A witch is a make-believe woman who has magical powers.