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Puppets, Stories and Other Activities For 4-7 year olds

“Birds, animals, boats with their sails, All come out to share their tales”. Puppets, headgears, pictures, and books- bring stories alive. Come listen to stories and create your own; make puppets, and engage in craft. Each session has a different story with a unique outcome.

2 Reviews
From Delhi
Online Experience
1 Hour
Story Telling
Upto 15 people
English
Highlights
  • Real-time storytelling session streamed live by an expert storyteller
  • Come listen to stories and create your own; make puppets, and engage in the craft
  • Each session has a different story with a unique outcome as the skilled storyteller uses puppets and headgear for a better understanding of the children
  • As this is an interactive session, children are encouraged to participate, ask questions, and share their ideas
Description

“Birds, animals, boats with their sails,
All come out to share their tales”.
Puppets, headgears, pictures, and books- bring stories alive.
Come listen to stories and create your own; make puppets, and engage in the craft. Each session has a different story with a unique outcome.
These live interactive sessions are ideal for children aged 4- 7 yrs old; we will cover one of the following stories in the session.

  • Pete the Cat and other stories- Sing along stories of a charming blue cat, who loves to wear white shoes and blue sunglasses. These stories are an adaptation of Eric Litwin’s stories on Pete the Cat. The storytelling session is followed by singing songs and making puppets on our fingers. Material needed: sketch pens
  • A Boxful of Magic- A polar bear, a pirate, a witch, a clown, and many more… which world would you like to travel to? A story followed by making the magical hat you would wish for. Materials needed: A 4 sheet, sketch pens
  • Drego’s Sore Throat- A baby dragon eats too many ice-creams, what would happen to his voice? Would he get scolded by his mamma? Materials needed: colored sheets, paper scissors, cello tape/ glue drops ( parental supervision)
  • Mixed Up Chameleon- If you have a choice, what would you like to be? A story of a chameleon based on Eric Carle’s story told with large picture cards. The story is followed by an activity of drawing out an animal with special superpowers. Materials needed: A 4 sheets, sketch pens
  • A Gift for Santa: Santa brings us presents every year but what if he goes on a strike? What would Mrs. Santa and elves do? Listen to a charming story and make your own box puppet. Materials required- a small box, paper, crayons/ sketch pens, pencils, cello-tape, glue drops
  • Ele Ele Elephant- Rumbling and trumpet, stomp and sway, its elephants all the way. Enter the world of amusing and lovable elephants with strange names like Gajapati Kulapati and Ranganna. Listen to two stories and make your tiny tale.
  • Paper Play- a Storigami- A boat, a mike, a camera, what else can a piece of paper turn into? A do-it along with origami while you listen to the story. Materials needed: square paper
  • Tales from mythology- Stories of Baby Krishna- Come and listen to enchanting tales of Lord Krishna when he was a little child like you all. What would you do if you were in his place? Materials needed: A4 sheets, colors- pencil/ crayons
  • Tales from mythology 2- Ganesha- our friend- The pot-bellied adorable god with an elephant trunk has many tales to share from his childhood. Come and become a part of his world. Stories followed by drawing your favorite part of the story. Materials needed: A4 sheets, colors- pencil/ crayons
  • Tales from mythology 3- Hanuman- the lovable and devoted god with the face of a monkey comes to charm you as he shares his adventures across the sky. Come fly with him and follow your dreams. Materials needed: A4 sheets, colors- pencil/ crayons
About this experience
Instructions
  • Please have a good internet connection and zoom app installed on your phone or laptop
  • The instructions to join the meeting will be delivered via email shortly after the booking
Know before you go
  • Please log in to the Zoom app five minutes prior to the beginning of the session
  • You can book this tour either for $10 per screen OR as a private session for $100 for upto 10 screens joining this activity with you from all over the world. You will see the option to book this experience as a private tour on the checkout page if it is available for that time slot.
Meet your Host
Seema Mukherjee

An International Storyteller, a Storytelling and Story-writing Coach, an Education Consultant, a Creative Writer, and a Puppeteer, I am a Director at Storytelling Education and Arts India Council (SEAIC). I am also the Founder of Travelling Bards and Co-Founder of The Gaatha Company.  I have done my  Masters in English Literature (Delhi University), Postgraduation in both Education Leadership (iDiscoveri Education), and Garment Manufacturing Technology (National Institute of Fashion Technology). In storytelling, I found a perfect medium to blend and integrate my interest in stories, books, scripts and poetry, puppetry, crafts, dramatics, and toy designing.

Tour Reviews
  • Kamna Singh

    A fun filled, engaging, cheerful host!!

  • Pooja Khilnani

    My 8 year old twin girls loved the show. They love stories and enjoy story telling sessions a lot and the story that was told that day- The Leopard's drum was wonderful. My girls were hooked on, the story teller was interactive and asked them questions. I could see the girls giggling and answering very excitedly when asked to choose between the animal characters. I would like to have my kids attend another session also along with their friends next time because it's like a group of friends sitting around a story teller.

From USD 10 / Screen
Important Information
  • Refundable : Yes
  • Can be cancelled up to 24 hours before the scheduled date
  • Date is based on local time zone of experience host