Storytelling Workshops

Tame the Lion, Enchant the Snake: Engage the Children to Participate!

Engaging the entire classroom is a challenge that all educators face. In this workshop, we will explore how stories and art strategies can engage the shy students and get the extroverted to follow. 


Based on the theory of multiple intelligence, we will explore the ways students learn in order to identify the best ways to apply different strategies.

This workshop has been presented at Tejas Storytelling Festival 2017, Region One Education Service Center Nov 2017 (Edinburg, TX), Early Childhood Conference (South Padre Island, TX) June 2017.

From Science to Math, Let the Stories Do the Act

Did you know that you can use stories to teach geometry, numbers, sequence, teamwork, cycles of life and much more?


Join me for an engaging workshop that will give you the stories and tools to begin a science and math adventure in your Early Childhood classroom.


This workshop was presented at Region One Education Services Center last Nov 2018.

Other workshops

Mom, Dad TELL me a story!

Do you find yourself not knowing what to tell? or how to start? when your kids ask you for a story.

In this workshop, we will be working on remembering and structuring your own personal stories, to share with your family while educating and entertaining.

Mom, Dad READ me a story!

In this workshop, we will explore how to develop other voices, intonations, sound effects and effective ways (such as puppets and props) to READ a book for an entertaining and educational time with your children.


Moves, Sounds, Signs and Words,  Tell your Stories in Other Tongues

This Workshop demonstrates effective and creative ways to include a second or third language in your storytelling, from human languages to movement (as a language) to animal languages.

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