This week’s ABC and 123’s Picnic Table Talk is Storytelling.
Today we worked on the story, Goldilocks and the Three Bears. We used finger puppets I bought half price at a local toy boutique when they were clearing their stock (yeah, that’s the only way I’d pay for some of the things there) and wooden doll furniture accessories for props.
Don’t have finger puppets or props?
No worries – I found this cute printable Goldilocks and the Three Bears finger puppet and stage backdrop at Inkless Tales. You can download color images on the right sidebar.
My middle daughter has such a vivid imagination, she doesn’t even need real props to tell stories.
You may have seen this link before, but I’m linking to it again for this storytelling post as she used things collected from nature to tell the story of Little Red Riding Hood.
Story sequencing cards are also a great way to help with comprehension of stories and of what comes first, next and last.