Story activities

Discover fun and interactive story activities that will ignite your child's imagination. Explore top ideas to make storytelling a memorable experience for kids of all ages.
Reading, English, Pre K, Resim, Kindergarten, Students, Imagination, Free, Colorful

Storytelling is a wonderful way to build creativity and imagination in your students. How can storytelling activities be beneficial in the classroom? There are so many ways! inspires purposeful talkingraises enthusiasm for reading textsinitiates writingenhances communityimproves writingengages students Want to see how each of these activities work? Watch the Storytelling Activities video on my YouTube

Kathleen O'Donnell
Readers Workshop, Pre K, English, Common Core Reading, Teaching Reading, Literacy Activities, Summary Activities, Retelling Activities, Lesson

Story elements are the five components that make up a story. They are the characters, setting, plot, conflict and resolution. These elements keep the story running smoothly and allow the action to develop in a logical way that the reader can follow. Retelling involves students orally reconstructing a story that they have read or has been read to them. A student's retell should include characters, settings, and events in the logical sequence of the story.

Stephanie Holland
3 little pigs fairy tale activities, 3 little pigs crafts, retelling a story activities, sequencing a story activities Pre K, 3 Little Pigs Activities, Three Little Pigs Story, Three Little Pigs Houses, Nursery Rhymes Preschool, Three Little Pig Craft, Preschool Activities, Nursery Rhyme Crafts, Preschool Crafts

1-2-3 Come Do Some Fairy Tale Activities With Me One of the many themes I do with my students is fairy tales. It’s a great unit for “March is Reading Month” complete with a super-fun parade of “book characters” or a nice theme to wind down with...

Kellie Bridgers