1. We begin with a symmetrical paper-cutting story.
2. Students identify a variety of symmetrical objects.
3. Students use their art skills to create their own symmetrical object for their story.
4. We discuss "Setting, Character, Problem, Solution" and identify these elements in a familiar story such as "Goldilocks."
5. Students then create their own story.
6. Valerie tells a second story using a different type of storytelling method such as Draw and Tell, Sign Language or Tangrams.
7. Students write their own story.
8. Q and A encouraged if time permits.
Participants will need several sheets of plain white paper and a pencil please.
create his/her original story to tell using one of Valerie's hands-on methods.
tell her/his own version of one of the stories
be able to identify the important parts of a story.
develop an awareness and appreciation of stories that are told orally
Valerie will tailor this program to meet your particular standard objectives.
-Literacy RI K to 8, RL 1 to 10,
-Writing WK.1 to 8.10
-Speaking & Listening SL K,1 to 5.6
-Art NA-VA,K-4.1, 4.2, 4.3, 4.6, NA-T.K-4.2, NA-D.K-4.1-3
-Math K.G.A.1, K.G.A.2, 1.G.A.1, G.A.1, 2.G.A.1
Valerie will tailor this program to meet your particular state standard objectives.