Storytelling in the Upper Grades

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Storytelling is an integral part of any Waldorf-inspired curriculum. In the early childhood classroom children experience the magic of stories told with small toys and play silks and enter a world of imagination. As children enter the grades they enter the world of storytelling as an adventure and inspiration through acting out stories with the teacher, dressing up and listening to fairytales, fables and more. In this video Robyn Wolfe shows you how to keep that magic alive when telling stories to children in 5th grade and up. In her demonstration she tells a story from the sixth grade Roman History block illustrating many techniques the teacher can use along the way including introduction of vocabulary, chalk drawing, facial expressions, story selection, hand gestures, voice and much more. Hone your skills as an expert storyteller with this wonderful tutorial. See a short sample below…

Storytelling in the Upper Grades – Sample