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What do we do for 60 minutes at the Story Table?

Welcome - 5 minutes

 We greet each other!

Storytelling - 15 minutes

No passive listening here!  Kids improvise and contribute ideas!

Dance - 10 minutes 

Kids lead by sharing their own dance moves and get great exercise!

Draw - 10 minutes 

Quietly and independently, kids draw what they heard in the story.

Sharing - 10 minutes 

Kids have spotlighted time to share their drawing and see what other kids did! 

Questions - 5 minutes 

 We have a real conversation about the moral of the story.

Closure - 5 minutes 

Everyone thanks each other and has a final dance 'round the table! 



"I tuned in to your storytelling. It was WONDERFUL! MAGICAL! For anyone at home with kids, I highly recommend they tune in, and join you for a little escape into a story, and an interactive/ group experience!!"

                       -Susan Glenn, Librarian

We made our own wreaths for Midsummer!  This clip shows how improvisation and everyday objects are used to engage everyone in a joyful celebration! 

After listening (and flying) to 
The Eagle and The Condor, a child and an elder both respond to a young girl's timeless question: "Why did they fight about who has the best?"  

Storytelling, dancing and drawing out on the edge of the prairie!  The Magic Garden is a story about generosity and compassion.