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Story-Telling Activities to do with your Kids

Kids have the most vivid imaginations; I just love hearing the stories my preschoolers come up with and the worlds they create in their pretend play! Here are several ideas of ways you can help get the creative juices flowing from the minds of your little tykes: Made by Joel has a great collection o...
  • Bette Snyder

    Storytelling Activities

  • Aimee Fletcher

    Story Stones

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    Story-Telling Activities to do with your Kids - Kids Activities Blog

  • Cecilia Wong

    Have children paint on different cubes, stones or paper for storytelling.

  • Ashley Clarke

    Great idea to do before the book if they know it or after to mix up how story time is. Promote the kids to make their own versions of characters.

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