We all tell stories in ordinary day-to-day ways but what does it take to tell a story in a way that brings that story to life,
that makes characters talk and sing,
that transports a listener to that place in their imagination
where the story entrances, entertains and inspires?

How can we use storytelling skills effectively in the family room, the kindie, the class room, the training room or the sales room?








workshops & training



primary & secondary students



early childhood workers, teachers, librarians



corporate and promotional storytelling


storytelling for fun and pleasure  some workshop notes



An introduction to storytelling



Easy Learning of Stories



Bringing Stories Alive



Bringing Stories Alive - summary



Bringing Stories Alive - dot points



More Bringing Storie s Alive - creating a culture



Adapting stories for performance



Creating and Improvising Stories for Children



Stories parents and young children



Telling stories with three to five year olds



Storytelling for toddlers in family care and playgroups





Storytelling for toddlers in family care and playgroups summary and resources



Storytelling and story creating in the class room





Storytelling in the classroom - summary



Storytelling in Out Side School Hours Care - summary


The art of telling and creating the short story



The art of the tall story


articles

Overcoming Blocks to Easy Storytelling




Earning a Living from Storytelling in Australia



Storytelling - a growing community cultural development tool



The Power of stories in the corporate environment





Storytelling - turning passive consumers into narrative explorers

My storytelling philosophy














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