The tradition of storytelling is a part of almost all cultures, especially narrating stories to little ones. BYJU’S Parent Club Webinar, on The Art of Storytelling, highlighted the key aspects of storytelling that can help children learn better. Children’s love for stories is an extension of their curiosity to know new people, animals or other creatures and visit new places based on the interaction of these characters and more. Stories are an integral part of their learning experience.
Some benefits of storytelling are:
Storytelling has many more benefits and the best part is that parents don’t need a special skill set to narrate stories. Some quality time, kindness and love are enough to create a beautiful storytelling experience!
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