This collection is specifically designed to teach primary science with strong links to English and the national curriculum, and follow-up activities suggested for each topic. These stories have all been classroom tested and are written in a storytelling voice for ease of use. This innovative approach to science will enliven your classroom.
147 Traditional Stories for Primary School Children to Retell
This is the perfect collection for any teacher who needs a sourcebook of great traditional stories for children aged 5-11 to work from. The book is a handy one-stop shop of 147 traditional stories to retell, with an index linking all the stories to topics, values, plot types, genre, age group and country of origin.
The Storytelling Schools Method – Handbook for Teachers
The first Storytelling Schools handbook was published in 2013. Since then, the method has been adopted in hundreds of schools across the UK and beyond. This new handbook includes a range of new insights and approaches which have evolved over these seven years.
The handbook is aimed at early years, primary school and middle school teachers as well as home educators.
Stories for this Uncertain Time
All around the world children are learning to adapt to the new realities of the COVID-19 pandemic. This story collection offers a way for parents and teachers to help them, providing stories which will enable the child to better understand the science of the pandemic, their own personal responses, and the key behaviours that can keep them and their communities safer. Many of the stories are tried and tested teaching aids drawn from previous Storytelling Schools collections. Others have been created and adapted for this volume.
147 Storytelling Games and Creative Activities for the Classroom and the Home
This collection of storytelling games and creative activities provides a clear, concise and rich source of ideas for how to learn and play through storytelling. Sections include speaking and listening games, learning to tell a story, drama, movement, music, poetry, writing, story recycling and story creation.
History Through Stories
Stories bring history to life, and getting children to retell these stories can transform their learning. This collection has strong links to English and the national curriculum and is designed to engage children with history. Here is a one stop shop for primary history with both stories and follow-up activities. These stories have all been classroom tested and are written in a storytelling voice for ease of use. This innovative approach to history will enliven your classroom.