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Flannel Board Storytelling

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2616 Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue SE Washington, DC 20020
Matthews Memorial Child Development Center

Units/Clock Hours: 2 Professional Learning Units

Course Knowledge Area(s): 2 Professional Learning Units

Alignment: DC CCELS Communication and Language; Literacy; The Arts

Description: Participants will learn how to make and use a flannel board to retell familiar stories with young children. Retelling a story is an important skill in developing language and memory skills in young children. You can retell stories over and over and tell them a different way each time. Encouraging your child to retell stories is a great early reading activity. Flannel boards are storytelling tools that can stimulate the children’s imagination and improve the quality of their oral language.

Registration: (202) 678-0027

Cost: Free

Sponsor(s): Kids Comprehensive Services, LLC

Audience: Teachers, Administrators, Before/After Care, Out-of-School Time

Early Learning
Dana Caffee-Glenn