Online Stories and 'How to make' Videos

Online storytelling is becoming more and more popular and so I am currently in the process of creating a YouTube Channel where you will be able to access stories at home, in school or anywhere you wish!

 

My storytelling style is highly interactive and hope my YouTube Channel will reflect this.

On YouTube you will find storytelling videos as well as my 'How to make' videos which show the simple props, puppets and characters I create to go alongside my storytelling and I will be introducing more regular content soon.

Please click on the link for videos and to subscribe:

During the Coronavirus Crisis I have been lucky enough to work with a number of organisations and charities to produce online storytelling which can be accessed at home or in school.

If you would like me to contribute to an event or even create an online storytelling event for you, please do get in touch!

Here is an example of one of the interactive stories I created for the 'Four Fun Fridays' 2020 Summer events in Andover.

With it there is an accompanying 'How to make'  video which showed the children how they could make a simple paper hat to use during the storytelling. 

Free Templates for my 'How to make videos are available here to download:

Please click on the text below to access links to the free templates

Merry-go-Round storytelling         Email:mgrstorytelling@gmail.com         Telephone:07941 020505

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Areas Covered: Merry-go-Round Storytelling's school, theatre, event and training workshops are available for most areas of South East and South West England - Hampshire, Wiltshire, Dorset, Surrey, Berkshire and West Sussex. Preschool sessions are available in most areas of Hampshire and cover the Andover, Longparish, Broughton, Winchester, Salisbury, Basingstoke, Southampton, Newbury and Stockbridge areas. As a storyteller, I can cover most areas of Southern England.