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Storytelling is indeed an art. But once parents master this art, it pays to use one's imagination. In the present context cultural, this is no storytelling. Eye contact is a must with today's children. The Dr Seuss Books (USA) and Scholastic Books for kids have become very popular in the United States, mainly due to eye-catchy visuals. Repetition is particularly popular with the young. Typical of the repetitive story is the familiar Ginger Bread Man story. The hero repeats, 'Run, run as fast as you can! You can't catch me I am the Gingerbread man'. Today children enjoy stories which have colourful pictures and they expect the reader to have some kind of voice modulation for differnt characters. Do you read out a story to your child? Do you mimic the characters? Share with us!
Deepa Linga Sekar
I totally agree with you. With an avg. attention span of say max 10 minutes, I found my 3 year old and his pre-schoolers friends preferred action oriented short stories followed by role play (pretend ...
Yes! Story telling is an art and it is difficult yes enjoyable when you are telling story to a baby who is below 1 year.
We have a daughter, Akshada, who is 8th month old. When she completed 3 mont...
Yes! I agree that story telling is an art! My 4 year old son does not like it if I just plainly recite a story to him. He enjoys it more when i act the characters in the story!...
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