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Storytelling – the art of weaving magic with words!

Neha Gupta Mittal
3 to 7 years

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Storytelling the art of weaving magic with words

The art of storytelling is as old as time, and it never ceases to enthrall the audience of any age. And if the audience happens to be your child, imagine the bonding you both will have over a storytelling session. The blog here talks about some tips and ideas for a fruitful storytelling session.


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Ajay Savita Dhanda

| Aug 03, 2017

Thanks Ji

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Neema Bisht

| Jul 24, 2017

thanks, really it's a play-way method to bring out a good child.

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Gayathri

| Jul 19, 2017

Thank you so much

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Anamika Chaturvedi

| Jul 16, 2017

thanks, it's a great help to bring up a good child.

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Anamika Chaturvedi

| Jul 16, 2017

thanks, it's a great help to bring up a good child.

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Anamika Chaturvedi

| Jul 16, 2017

thanks, it's a great help to bring up a good child.

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Ramandeep Bhatia

| Jul 11, 2017

thanks

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Nalini Chandrashekar

| Jul 08, 2017

thanks

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Neha Bansal

| Jul 07, 2017

thx

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Shanthi Juturu

| Jul 07, 2017

yes it's true, I have started telling stories and reading story books at the age of 2 and I was surprised after 3-4 days she is telling the story

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Ruby Bhengraj

| Jul 06, 2017

Yes, I also feel like it's becoming a great bond between me n my son by telling story,but he need story about car and Train.. as these r his favorite toys, so I have to narrate something, n how to narrate new stories in this topic I don't know.

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seema pal

| Jul 05, 2017

Thanks for this

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Sakshi Karia

| Jul 03, 2017

thanks

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Sejal

| Jul 03, 2017

Thank you for sharing. Honestly this really works.. We do this every day as bedtime story without fail from day 1. And I can see the level of Interest my daughter shows in Listening.... so curious. ..

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Kanchan Somani

| Jul 03, 2017

Really v good idea..... my son like stories..

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Gayathri

| Apr 12, 2017

Very nice article.

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Manju S Hari

| Mar 19, 2017

this article is really useful... every one should try it... it really works..

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Princess Rulz

| Mar 11, 2017

definately vil try... very good idea for spending a quality tym with our kids...

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Biswajit Malakar

| Feb 11, 2017

It's a very helpful and nice article ..

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Lucky Sawa

| Jan 31, 2017

dt's a very gud idea.. n I will try it definately

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Priyanka Mishra

| Jan 17, 2017

Thats a really nice idea.. i started using the trick before reading this article.. its quite helpful in making my baby roll down to bed and fast asleep..

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Smita Nitin Kole

| Sep 15, 2016

yess! the perfect advice

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Neha Gupta Mittal

| Sep 02, 2016

Chandrakala... Please tell him that mumma is listening... You say all that you want to but when mumma starts the story don't interrupt

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Chandrakala V

| Aug 18, 2016

Even I tried telling stories to my son but firstly he has no patience to listen .In this case I try to handle him very patiently but in vain How to make him a good listener ? He interrupts in everything what we say

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Jai Mittal

| Mar 27, 2016

Hey swati , your idea of repeating a story is good but we have to change the names of characters and places so that it seems new to our children.

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Swati Nitin Gupta

| Feb 23, 2016

Hi Prachi, I have the same problem with my son. He wants a new story every night and that too the story should be long enough to put him to sleep. If he is still awake and the story ends, then there is a demand of another story, so what you may do is that one day you narrate a new story and the next day you repeat the old story. This way you will be able to satisfy both your children.

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Prachi Shetty

| Feb 23, 2016

Yes.. My children's love listing stories.. daily night they want stories... But the problem is elder one want new story and young one wants same story again and again.. Please suggest...

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