We have lots of Food Folktale Stories! Stone Soup, The Magic Porridge Pot, The Gingerbread Boy, Anansi and the Hot Bean Soup, Goldilocks, or Anansi and the Tiger's Soup.
1. First, we discuss the parameters of a folktale. Students enjoy a paper-cutting story. that involves food!
2. Students explore and identify a variety of symmetrical objects.
3. We discuss "Character, Problem, Solution" and identify these elements in a familiar folktale such as "Goldilocks."
4.. Students use their art skills to create their own symmetrical food object for their folktale.
5. We enjoy a second food folktale using a different type of storytelling method such as Draw and Tell, or Sign Language or Tangrams.
6.. Students begin creating their own food folktale using this second writing method.
7. Q and A if time permits.
Participants will need several sheets of plain white paper, crayons, and a pencil please.
1. create his/her original folktale to tell using tangrams, paper-cutting or drawing methods.
2. tell her/his own version of one of the stories and include their favorite food!
3. be able to identify the important parts of a story.
4. compare one of the folktales we tell to a folktale that he/she is already familiar with.
5. develop an awareness and appreciation of stories that are told orally (without the book).
6. be able to identify the geometric tangram shapes.
7. be able to identify the elements of a folktale.
-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, 1.G.A.2, 2.G.A.1
Valerie will tailor this program to meet your particular standard objectives.