Stories are what brings a lesson to life, makes a difficult concept easier to understand and helps children to remember sequences of events. Storytelling can be the imaginative reading aloud of printed stories or the telling of stories from memory. Sharing stories has great social and educational benefits for children and the storyteller too.
Storytelling: “Rumble-tumble twist & fall” 11:00am to 12:30pm, April 16, Age Group 5 – 8 years, Rs 500
What’s this “Rumble-tumble twist & fall” all about? It’s about stories — stories that are fun. In this session the children will help the storyteller Nilum Jajodia to create stories that are action packed and entertaining. A fun filled session of stories, songs games and even more stories. Besides, some fun craft activity to make something that you can take home!
Storytelling: Trickster tales from Ghana in West Africa 2:00pm to 3:30pm, April 16, Age Group 5 – 8 years, Rs 500
Anansi the Spider (who is half man-half spider) is one of the great folk heroes of the world. A character from the Ashanti story traditions of Ghana, he is a trickster, a rogue, a mischief maker and a wise, lovable creature who triumphs over larger foes. The workshop will suggest to children what “being good” may mean. Storyteller Nilum Jajodia will weave a world of fantasy with short stories, anecdotes, crafts and games where all will get an opportunity to participate in creating stories.
About Nilum Jajodia
Nilum Jajodia is a professionally trained storyteller. She has been telling stories to children for over a decade. She is also an experienced teacher and the Principal of a pre-primary school. She also tells stories in bookshops, schools and NGOs connected with children and to people with special needs. At learning ladder she will be taking two session with children as mentioned below
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