Storytelling with Children. Nancy Mellon offers simple ideas to help parents and teachers uncover all the stories living inside you waiting to be told! $24.95

Get your kids telling stories { the kind you want them to tell not the stories about who may or may not have put a watch in the toilet } 20 fantastic storytelling activities for kids

Story Stones are a Creative Way to Tell Stories and Also Offer Sensory Play Experience. Learn How to Make Story Stones and Use them to Facilitate Storytelling - driven by the kids themselves.

Waldorf ~ Resource ~ Storytelling & the Art of Imagination - Nancy Mellon

Place objects inside a story bag and have children draw one piece at a time and tell a story.

family walks + storytelling = walking stories

The Storytelling Animal: How Stories Make Us Human - by Jonathan Gottschall is a fantastic read about the perpetual story craving and creating that humans imbibe in constantly. Humans need stories to help us figure out life. And story is everywhere. This is not just about reading stories; it’s about seeing and listening to stories, as well.

Old Freedom Train: A Waldorf Inspired Alphabet. Offers inspiration to Waldorf teachers and homeschoolers who are introducing letters of the alphabet. The hand-drawn illustrations and accompanying verses will delight children! $24.95

Playful Storytelling: Using a story basket as a story prompt. What a wonderful way to foster imagination and creativity.

Story Maps the kids can actually walk down as they retell the story!

Use this Storytelling Arc handout with ANY short story, novel, or play. Click now for this FREE worksheet!

Inside Out Lesson Plans, School Counseling

Playful storytelling with a story prop basket

Tell great stories for kids! "Five special storytelling methods to make everyone Stop & Listen" will help you become a better storyteller!

story apron

Cute Story telling printable dice by Happythought! Click here to download

Story Cards - 52 Picture Prompts for Storytelling

5 Story Stones Ideas :: Storytelling with Rocks

Once upon a story table lots of stories to tell on this site


Story theme: Telling Stories Outside One of the reasons we tell stories to young children is to help them connect to the world around them, their family life, community life, and very importantly, the natural world. I like to use nature as my puppet stage, and summer is a wonderful, colorful season to inspire your storytelling outside. You can adapt this month's story to your own area's landscape. What do you find in a meadow of wildflowers there? You can easily change the '...