Exploring story stones in preschool

by Deborah J. Stewart, M.Ed. on August 29, 2011

in Activity Boxes, Story Stones

I already shared how to make story stones and I must say, if you haven’t thought about making story stones with or for your class, that you really should. Our students LOVE them…

Ms. Abby introduced the story stones to the entire class during circle time…

Since story telling is new to our class, Ms. Abby told the story for today. Each child took a turn picking out a stone and Ms. Abby would include that stone in the next part of her story…

The pictures on the stones influence the direction of the story. As the children get the idea of how to use the stones for telling stories, we will invite them to tell their own stories…

For now, we set the story stones out on a table for the children to explore on their own…

Here are some more ideas for story telling that I would like to try…

Story Telling Jar by Honey Bee Books

Story Stones by Happy Hooligans

Story Telling Pathway by Preschool Lesson Plans

Story in a Bag by This Little Project

Light Table Story by Strong Start

The Story Stick by the Butterfly Jungle

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