Our ‘Storytelling prompts’ for Monkey King's party are the perfect accompaniment to your storytelling lessons. These prompts come with keyword phrases from the story.
These How the platypus got his shape prompts come with keyword phrases from the story and are the perfect accompaniment to your storytelling lessons.
These How the platypus got his shape prompts come with keywords from the story and are the perfect accompaniment to your storytelling lessons.
There are many ways to make a storytelling area magical – and props, chairs and costumes can all add to the experience. But make sure it’s not all style over substance, say Hannah and Cate of Bookhappy. The story means everything.
With just a few geographical and historical investigations you could soon be creating your own myths, legends and folktales.
Tony Wilson puts the record straight about myths and legends, and shows us some practical approaches for using them to develop creative writing in class.
From monstrous worms to big, bad wolves, scary characters have always been a feature of children’s stories. Tessa Strickland explains why encountering violence and terror in stories – and the power of the imagination – can help children to face their fears and make sense of the world around them.
Professor Smedley of Storytelling tells us all about Space Girl, a funny and charming oral story – just perfect for drama, storytelling and art activities with younger children.