KEY STAGE 1. STORY TELLING WORKSHOPS
Rapunzel and the Pied Piper of Hamlin
We meet the Storyteller. He tells us two timeless tales. First, Rapunzel, where children help to bring the story to life through Drama and Music. Second, the tale of the Pied Piper of Hamelin which again involves the children and culminates in a grand procession of children and rats following the Pied Piper out of town. We end with a cheerful dance to celebrate storytelling.
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We meet the Storyteller. He tells us two fairytales from different parts of the world. The first is Red Riding Cap which comes from Germany, better know in this country as Little Red Riding Hood. The children help bring the story to life through Drama and Music. The second tale is of Saint George and the Dragon, often thought to be an English story, it originates from Persia. In it we meet the terrible dragon and the valiant Saint George. Children are taught a dragon slaying song, and finish with a triumphant celebratory dance.
The show is written with your Numeracy Hour in mind. It is specifically written to develop and reinforce your work on "bigger than" and "smaller than" and short and tall. We meet the Storyteller who, with the help of the children, tells us the timeless tales of Goldilocks and the Three Bears and Jack and the Beanstalk. The children help to bring both stories to life by playing various characters, being involved in the action, drama, music and dance.
A Storytelling workshop retelling the classic stories of "The Tin Soldier" and "The Nutcracker". Some children will be actively involved in the Drama dressing in costume and acting out little scenes.