“A good story can imbibe the right values in children at the most impressionable age.”
As a learning tool, storytelling can encourage students to explore their unique expressiveness. Storytelling is a universal and traditional art form that has featured strongly in Indian culture as an effective communication tool. It can be used to inform, entertain, and educate.
To encourage the skills of listening and reading, a storytelling activity was organized for classes 2 and 3. The students narrated moral stories with the help of different props which heightened their ability to communicate thoughts and feelings articulately and lucidly. It also helped in improving their language skills, instilled a love of reading, and stirred their imagination. It was an interactive session which was thoroughly enjoyed by all.
From Class II section A, Seeya grabbed the first position, Peehu Kalra from section C and Hardik from section D stood second, and Kaustabh from section B and Aarav from section A came third.
From Class III section B, Prabhshukran grabbed the first position, Kulreet Kaur from section D stood second, and Arashjeet Singh from section A came third.