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From the authors of How to Tell Stories to Children comes a podcast that supports parents, teachers, and grandparents who want to engage in the intimacy and excitement of storytelling at home. Our work has been endorsed by Dr. Jane Goodall, New York Times bestselling authors and parenting guides Steve Biddulph, Kim John Payne, Bill McKibben, Richard Rohr, Charles Eisenstein, and many more. Warning! This is not a collection of children's stories. It's about empowerment. It is about finding yo ...
 
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Traditional schooling occurs in a well-lit classroom designed to minimize distractions and focus attention. In this exploratory podcast, Silke Rose West and Joseph Sarosy - teachers, parents, school founders, and the authors of How to Tell Stories to Children - share why they forgo that convenience and teach directly outside. This episode is an exp…
 
Telling stories can be a fun way to connect with the whole family - whether that's around a campfire or your kitchen table. In this episode, we share a simple method that gets the ball rolling - so that everyone is involved. The format is simple - each person has a chance to tell a story, real or imaginary, and also to listen. The goal is short, ea…
 
Children who have suffered an injury, be it physical or psychological, benefit greatly from the healing format of a story - especially from a parent or loved one. This can be as simple as helping our little ones process a tumble by telling (and allowing them to retell) how it happened. But it can also be as complicated as a therapeutic story that h…
 
Imagination is like a muscle, it takes practice to make it strong. In this episode, we share some ideas and practices to help you strengthen those muscles and get in touch with your natural creative voice. The number one piece of feedback we get from adults is that it’s hard to be creative. Some say they feel as if they have no imagination at all. …
 
Did your dad ever tell you a funny story, a wild story, or an unforgettable story? If so, we bet you never forgot. It's a common way for men to connect with children, and there's something about a good story that stays with us. In this episode, we celebrate the many ways dads show up in kids' lives, and how storytelling is often the doorway into th…
 
The method we teach is called intuitive storytelling. That means you make up the story on the spot. At first this may sound difficult, but everyone can do it and it’s not much different from having a conversation. Prepared stories, like prepared speeches, are generally harder because they induce stress. Tapping into this intuitive method is easy on…
 
From grass, we weave the doll. From the doll, we weave the story. What we’re doing is rooting our story in the physical earth. We touch it. We play with it. We create imaginative worlds. This is the power of story, and it creates a very rich experience. In this episode, we explore the theme of self-worth and beauty through the lens of a common blad…
 
True stories of motherhood are a gift both to those who speak and to those who listen. Your story is unique. It is worth sharing. In this episode, we draw attention to the need for mothers of all kinds to share your stories and speak your truth. What is motherhood to you? What has it been like to bring life into this world? For men, this is an oppo…
 
Baking bread with children can be one of the most rewarding experiences, second only to the joy of eating it. We take it one step further by drawing a story into the experience. Stories help us tie our imaginations into the web of reality at our fingertips, in this case the dough. By listening to a story and helping in the kitchen, we bake a rich e…
 
We’re celebrating mother earth this year by telling stories that draw attention to her beauty. There are countless ways to do this, and in this episode we give several examples as well as some guidance on how to pick and craft the right one for your child. On our website, we’ve also included a short video with a quick example of how we do it, somet…
 
We've all been there. We're picking up our child from school or a play date, when suddenly everything goes haywire. Or we've just thrown the world's best birthday party, and right as everyone is leaving the birthday girl has a major meltdown. Transition times can be stressful for child and parent, yet we encounter them almost every day. In this epi…
 
There’s nothing like fresh green leaves after a long winter. Resting our eyes on lush grass can be healing, and we can make the plant world sparkle with unique presence for our kids by telling stories that draw their imagination into the growing sprouts. When we tell a story about something real we tie imagination and reality together, a process we…
 
No matter who you are or where you’re at in life, your stories matter to your children. Telling stories to kids isn’t about being groovy and liberated. It’s about connecting. It’s about being real. Storytelling is something humans have been doing for thousands of years, because it works. It will work today if you're perfect, but it will also work i…
 
Spring Equinox and Easter are right around the corner. Whether you celebrate with religious festivals or your own homemade traditions, this is a great time of year to tell stories that mark endings and new beginnings. In This Episode We walk you through the steps of how story, real life, and creative activities all support one another - so that you…
 
Stories create a gentler, more effective way to shift a child's attention than simply announcing, "it's time to clean up." When we draw a child's imagination and creativity into the chore that needs attention, we give them a way to bring their play and excitement into the activity. In other words, stories open a door instead of closing one. Even be…
 
How can we help our children cope with death or illness in the family, or the grief and loss that comes in its wake? Silke Rose West has been present for families in her school who lost children, mothers, and other family members. She has been at the side of elders as they died. Through it all, she has helped siblings, parents, her kindergarten cla…
 
Birthday stories present a unique opportunity to celebrate the life of your child. Done briefly and lovingly, they can be a blessing for both parent and child. Using flexible examples and a simple method, Silke and Joe take you through the steps of creating this special moment for your own family.Autor: How to Tell Stories to Children
 
As parents, we all encounter a child’s fear from time to time - often from a scary story or a movie. It’s a terrible feeling, right? It’s one thing to deal with your own fear, but seeing it erupt in your child can make you feel powerless. In this episode, Joseph Sarosy draws upon the work of neuroscientists to explain how a well-placed story can ea…
 
Storytelling is a tool for connection. During covid, or at other times, we may not always be able to visit distant relatives or loved ones. Yet, we yearn for ways to connect. Zoom, telephone, and mail are one way, but anyone with a 3-year-old (or a 15-year-old) knows how this can be taxing for a child. Alternatively, simple stories are often a grea…
 
Any parent, grandparent, or teacher who has told stories to their children will recognize that at the end of a good story, you don’t just walk away with a good story – the two of you feel closer. Why? What scientists have pieced together over the last seventy years is that storytelling is a principle component of how we think, speak, and make meani…
 
Storytelling should be thought of as a relationship with your child. The psychological and emotional benefits to both speaker and listener are well-researched and documented. In this episode, Joseph Sarosy, co-author of How to Tell Stories to Children, explains: The science of storytelling A simple method to help get you started The social and glob…
 
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