Explore what your favourite story book doesn’t tell you! Wonder aloud what a character might sound like, or move like, or where they might sleep. How do they dance? Get those imaginations going!
Episode 4: Collaborative Storytelling, Comfort Zones and Voice – with Amy Hall-Gibson
Creative Skills Manager Heather Armstrong spoke with Amy Hall-Gibson, drama artist and storyteller. They discuss how to bring stories alive, creative ideas for Christmas 2020 and modelling open-mindedness to early years children.
Wee Inspirations are are ideas you can send to the families you work with, or use in your setting. If you want to access all the Wee Inspiration idea cards, head to the main Wee Inspirations webpage.
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