Step Stop Look and Listen

Observe how your child is responding to the story. Is he or she interested or involved? Is he or she bored and fidgety, or aroused and excited? Is he or she dozing or sleeping? If this is the desired effect of the story, then keep doing what you are doing. If not, then change the direction of your tale or engage the child in how it might be improved.

(You can ask parents to record one or two of their storytelling sessions on tape and bring it with them to an appointment if feedback is required.)

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