Want to create a story? Your very own story?
A story to tell your friends, family,
or a big audience at a festival?
example, if you lost something on the way home from school, how would you
describe the incident to your mother? Your teacher? Your best friend? Your
sister or brother? Would one version vary depending on whom you were
You don’t memorize a written story to make it a
Reprinted, with permission, from Storytelling Discoveries: Favorite Activities for Young Tellers, "Meet the Fuzzybodies in Draw and Tell" chapter.
There are three secret reasons
Are You Telling It?
Will You Speak?
For more information on creating storytelling stories, read Create Your Own Storytelling Stories by Vivian Dubrovin. The above information was taken, with permission, from one of the chapters of this book.
To learn how to create Bright Fantasy Storytelling Stories, look in our new e-book, Discover Bright Fantasy, available on our Bookstore Page,
To find more places where kids are telling stories
visit the Activities Page.
To learn about crafts and props you can use in storytelling
check out the Crafts Page.
To find a complete storytelling project with a story, craft, and activity that you can do right now,
visit the new ClubRoom Page
For books full of storytelling ideas, click on the NEW Online
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