"StoryBoards 2" follows the same successful format as "StoryBoards", but introduces fantasy locations and suggests activities and outcomes to encourage children to understand how to develop imaginative writing. The activities provide a framework which helps them to use their imagination to invent their own storylines and endings. The story elements include: Where did you go? (e.g. desert island, under the sea, fairy castle, underground, dark forest, outer space); When did you go? How did you get there? What did you see? How did you feel? What happened? An example is: Where? - a visit to a fairy castle; When? - in the morning; How? - magic carpet, dragon's back, space rocket, hot air balloon; Saw? - wand, harp, jewelled crown, suit of armour; Felt? - choose from emotions pack - happy, sad, excited, scared; and, What happened? - changed into a frog, rode home on a dragon, woke up. "StoryBoards 2" can be used effectively with both individuals and groups. Individual boards are provided for use by up to four 'players' at a time, but when more children are involved they can work in pairs to develop individual stories or work on a single story as a group. This title is suitale for ages: 4-11.
"’I wish we could do this every day!' was an eight year olds' enthusiastic response to this simple and fun teaching resource. Well worth a place in the primary classroom." — Jean Hilton,Storyteller and educator, Facts & Fiction Magazine
"A simple, flexible pack, which can enhance children's creativity and imagination, comes as an answer to a teacher's prayer. … The children hugely enjoyed recounting their stories to each other and were proud of their achievements." — Sarah Smith,SENCO, Church Crookham Junior School, Afasic News
"This practical resource will be of benefit to this generalist or specialist working in a busy clinic situation." — Alison Taylorand Karen Shuttleworth,SLTs with Cumbria PCT, Speech and Language Therapy In Practice
"Well worth a place in the primary classroom" — Facts & Fiction
"Attractive, exciting, enabling for all pupils up to Y4 with SEN." — SNIP