Story Telling

Story Telling

Storytelling is the oldest form of education. Cultures have always told tales as a way of passing down beliefs, traditions, and history to future generations. Stories are at the core of all that makes us human. Stories are the way we store information in the brain. A list of facts will be forgotten, but stories are remembered. Stories help us to organize information, and tie content together.

From babyhood to early teens, children love to hear a good story. They are emotionally involved and truly enjoy storytelling; it can help to create a positive attitude toward the learning process. Storytelling also presents certain literary devices in a demonstrative and memorable way. Children will see and hear the building of plot, characterization, climax, conflict, conclusion, etc. This is an excellent exercise in memorization skills.

Our Enrichment Centre design a storytelling programme for your child who needs to catch up in self-regulation , focusing, increasing cognitive development or working memory in a fun and enjoyable way.

This programme is an extra activities open to all students from other centre as well. Contact our centre to find out more.