Our topic is using children’s stories, make believe, and dramatic play as inspiration for developmentally appropriate story performance. This made us consider ways children have of engaging developmentally in a nonacademic setting. Stories can help children interact with their individual realities to answer questions on a level which is more engaged and intuitive, and on their own terms, than merely academic resources. Storytelling need not be grounded in reality in order for it resonate with them emotionally and viscerally. We’ve decided to look at the different aspects of using stories as a means of gaining skills in physicalization, verbalization, socialization, and learning languages.
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