NOVEMBER: SING A STORY – RHYME A STORY

NOVEMBER :Share a Story

SING A STORY – RHYME A STORY

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Using LEGO Storystarter  – create a story, video it and share it with others.
Lego Story Starter

See more ideas at the Children’s Laurette website November.

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The Australian Children’s Laureate: enriching the lives of young Australians through the power of story.

OCTOBER: SHARE A STORY- DRAW A STORY

DRAW A STORY

FEATURE BOOKS 

INVESTIGATE WORDLESS PICTURE BOOKS AND AUTHORS

Wordless Picture Books

Sharing Wordless Picture Books

Teachers’ Guides  – Use the template to have students convert a well know story into pictures.

Examine authors who create books that are Wordless or have strong visual impact

e.g.

  • David Wiesner
  • Jeannie Baker
  • Bob Graham
  • Anthony Browne
  • Shaun Tan
  • Rod Clement
  • Chris Van Allsburg

Draw a story: Three Frames

  • Picture 1: Set the scene
  • Picture 2: The Conflict
  • Picture 3: The Resolution

Stories in Sequence 

Interactive Stories through Drawing

Draw a Story apps

 

OTHER

The National Portrait Gallery is Celebrating the Big Draw 2015 in October. This year’s theme is ‘Every drawing tells a story’.

Key events

  • Draw in
  • Portrait puzzle tale
  • Story sculpture
  • Story time

TEACHING IDEAS 

Story Narrative Examples to read aloud for students to draw as images

 

 

SHARE A STORY

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SEE- FEEL- HEAR: SHARE A STORY IN JUNE

Explore new worlds through your senses – SEE – HEAR – FEEL

We see stories through movies, theatre and plays; feel the emotions through character development and stories;  specialist materials for visually impaired and through audio books.

The ‘Hear a Story, See a Story, Feel a Story’ challenge

How to you hear, see and feel stories?

FEATURE BOOKS FOR JUNE

 

TAKE THE ‘HEAR A BOOK’ CHALLENGE

We hear stories through patterning, rhymes and rhythm, poetry (often an under used part of the collection) and obviously audio books.

HEAR A BOOK CHALLENGE 1

Locate the POETRY section in the JS Library and borrow a book or share a poem from one of these books.

810               Poetry, Plays, Jokes & Riddles

HEAR A BOOK CHALLENGE 2

Create your own poetry – try the Lark app.

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Poetry app: Lark     Lark, by Storybird. Make and share art-inspired poetry. by Storybird, Inc

 

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See The Book Chook blog post related to poetry resources for the classroom

Tips and Resources for Poem in your Pocket Day

HEAR A BOOK CHALLENGE 3

When did you last listen to an audio book? Come and locate the audio books in the JS Library.

See other JS Library Blog Posts about use of  Audio Books and literacy.

 

**** WE HAVE A BRAILLE PICTURE BOOK IN THE JS LIBRARY COLLECTION ****

LOCATE THIS BOOK AND  BRING IT TO THE CIRCULATION DESK (first ten students to do so receive a prize). 

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The Australian Children’s Laureate: enriching the lives of young Australians through the power of story.

Download your Share a Story Calendar 2015 from the Laureate website!

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