Storytelling doesn’t have to involve the story corner or even a book. Stories are an integral part of child development and played out every day through children’s free play.
This session focuses on recognising how stories develop through children’s play, how you can provide opportunities that help children develop these stories to extend their enquiries, and how to engage children through your own bold and exciting storytelling:
- Stories as an integral part of childhood development
- Collaborative storytelling – improvising stories with young children taking the lead
- Bringing the story to life – using your voice (tone, pitch and volume) and body, visual stimulus and other props
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