Caroline Doverty

Caroline Doverty

Canberra, Australia / Early Childhood Educator
Caroline Doverty
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Children's Play Is Declining, But We Can Help Reclaim It

Children's Play Is Declining, But We Can Help Reclaim It

Story map (in this case The 3 Bears): on a long piece of paper draw a path down the middle; write "once upon a time" at one end and "the end" at the other; draw simple pictures along the path for the kids to color and to aid in retelling the story; more can be added by the kids.  In this case, draw the 3 bears, the woods, Goldilocks, 3 bowls, 3 chairs, 3 beds, and the woods again.

Story map (in this case The 3 Bears): on a long piece of paper draw a path down the middle; write "once upon a time" at one end and "the end" at the other; draw simple pictures along the path for the kids to color and to aid in retelling the story; more can be added by the kids. In this case, draw the 3 bears, the woods, Goldilocks, 3 bowls, 3 chairs, 3 beds, and the woods again.

Great story map idea. By using sticky notes, you can have the poster permanently displayed, using it all school year long for every book you read.

Great story map idea. By using sticky notes, you can have the poster permanently displayed, using it all school year long for every book you read.

story map -- draw a path down the middle of a large sheet of bulletin board paper. At one end of the path, write "Once upon a time" & at the other end write "The End" > walk down the path and retell the story

story map -- draw a path down the middle of a large sheet of bulletin board paper. At one end of the path, write "Once upon a time" & at the other end write "The End" > walk down the path and retell the story