Story Telling Classes in Thane
Learn the basics of visual storytelling
Wonder Stories is helping parents to raise their children as independent learner, confident communicator, creative thinker and phenomenal book lover.
Wonder stories at Thane is actively spreading the joy of books stories and reading among the children.
Wonder stories help you to learn the Art of Storytelling to Tell Stories that can engage. Story session with Wonder stories leaves the listener with insight and thinking points.
The storyteller uses role-play and Art craft activities to bring the story alive, dramatic narrative styles, colorful puppets and props, Theme based fun facts, and general knowledge exchange and also has sessions on a discussion on new words introduced in the story.
Sessions are held Online 3 days a week Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday for 1 hrs 30 mins.
Timings 6 pm to 7.30 pm.
Learn to craft and deliver your story with professional storyteller
Children love a good story. Wonder Stories is run by fun, professional story tellers.
Children will be entertained and amazed with our wonderful story telling classes. For the best in kids stories, contact us.
The impact of storytelling is no more a secret. It’s an art the world is vouching for right now. Rightly so, because there is no better way than storytelling to prepare the children for their future than to equip them with the skills they need to become kind, compassionate, and confident adults.
As an educator and a mother, there has been nothing that I haven’t taught through stories and I am sure there wouldn’t have been a better way to
teach the children than to teach it through a story. Hence, I live by the quote
“THERE IS NOTHING UNDER THE SUN THAT A STORY CAN NOT TEACH
Introduction to storytelling
What is a story?
As per books and dictionaries, stories are defined in many ways, but I would like to call it a description of an event or series of events. The events could be real or imaginary.
Where do we find stories in our day-to-day life?
We see them all around us, we are a story… we are made of stories.
Importance of stories in early years
- Language development
- Cultural understanding
- Broadening horizons
- Making information interesting
- Cognitive development
- Emotional development
- Social development
- Imagination and creativity
- Stimulating curiosity
- Boosting memory
- Problem solving skills
Types of stories for children
- Letter stories
- Number stories
- Concept stories
- Fairy tales
- Fractured fairy tales
- Moral stories
- Stories that help in behavioral management
- Stories that heal