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...The story An old man and an old woman live together, very contented but very poor. One day the old woman finds a fairy in the garden and the fairy says she can have three wishes. The old woman is very excited. That evening, the old woman...
...What you do This song can either be spoken aloud in rhyme or sung to the well-known tune of ‘Bobby Shafto’s Gone to Sea’.What you need a big blue cloth pebbles and shellsPart 1 Davy Jones had one little sailor Davy Jones had one little...
...What you do After teaching a less familiar nursery rhyme, follow the rhyme with a story. The rhyme should be accompanied by hand actions to suggest the different creatures, and by sound effects where possible.Verse 1 Wiggle your hand...
...What you do Use a chant to depict a forest scene that could be the setting for a story. The chant is accompanied by sounds and actions.The story Start a tapping rhythm on your knees as you begin the chant, and use hand gestures to suggest...
...What you do Take your story walk further afield, and really use your imagination. Will you go on a journey to the seaside? Visit a magic castle? Explore a forest in a faraway land? Land on the moon?Preparation It’s a good idea to think...
...Involve your colleagues Talking with colleagues is one of the best ways to get over the worry of other adults witnessing your storytelling. You could usefully discuss questions such as what should go on in storytime and how to manage...
...What you do Make up a new story using the stimulus of a well-known nursery rhyme.The story Suggest the children sing the rhyme with you and join in with all the usual actions. Twinkle, twinkle, little star, How I wonder what you are! Up...
...What you do Create a story with the children around a story walk chant that suggests you’re going to visit different places. As you say the chant, make a walking rhythm with your hands. One way is by cupping your two hands over your knees...