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interesting ways of representing childrens learning stories!

Discussion in 'Early Years' started by rhilindsay, Dec 13, 2011.

  1. At the moment i am trying to be as creative as possible in representing childrens learning stories in their journals.
    Making the stories appealing by changing the appearance- and the style of writing.
    So far trying writing short story books, using faded pictures with the story on the top, zig zag photos like a film, showing the story unfold. Changing writing style so the story is like a real life news situation to writing the story as nif speaking to the child themselves. I wondered if anybody had any other nice ways of sharing the childrens learning and hope i havent rambled on too much.
    Thanks
     
  2. At the moment i am trying to be as creative as possible in representing childrens learning stories in their journals.
    Making the stories appealing by changing the appearance- and the style of writing.
    So far trying writing short story books, using faded pictures with the story on the top, zig zag photos like a film, showing the story unfold. Changing writing style so the story is like a real life news situation to writing the story as nif speaking to the child themselves. I wondered if anybody had any other nice ways of sharing the childrens learning and hope i havent rambled on too much.
    Thanks
     
  3. Sounds lovely but with 54 children I am finding it hard to keep my head above water.A quick scribble is the most I can manage!
     

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