Tell It Again
Students listen to stories, analyze story elements (character, setting, problem, solution), practice basic storytelling techniques and create a classroom story. The stories told may reflect other subjects being studied, character education, folktales, or fables. Workshops may be extended to include guiding students to begin the process of writing original stories.
Appropriate for ages: Grade 1, Grade 2, Grade 3, Grade 4, Grade 5
Educated as a children’s librarian, Amy has over 35 years of joyful experience in storytelling, puppetry and programs sharing literature with children. Amy is a founding member of the duo “Once Upon a Puppet,” and a Wolf Trap/Baby Artsplay artist.
Amy presented at our Cuddle Up and Read family event. She did a great job of interacting with the audience and her story selection was perfect.
C. Hockett, Stanley Elementary, Wichita
I would definitely recommend this to a colleague. Ms Wolfe worked very well with the students. She is a very patient person. The students loved the presentation and asked if we can have her come back again.
M. Foster, L’Ouverture Career Explorations and Technology Magnet, Wichita