A storytelling residency can be a wonderful asset for you and your students. Here is an opportunity for you to bring one of the nation’s top storytellers into your school up to nine times this school year.
Residencies with Papa Joe build safe, comfortable environments in your classroom, designed to enhance self esteem, and encourage independence. Focusing on developing and strengthening group verbal and listening skills.
Request an application by calling us at 603-770-6916 or emailing PapaJoe.
Creative Listening And Structured Say
For children ages 3 through 12
Creating a safe, comfortable environment is one of Papa Joe's specialties. The active children have safe structures built right in which allow them their extra energy needs without losing control. These same structures create a comfortable atmosphere for the reserved ones. In fact, learning control is an integral part of these programs. Some of the other advantages are: expanding the options of communicating for the shy ones, bringing focus and direction to the wandering ones, and celebrating the diversity of the differently-abled ones through inclusion. These programs will help your group work as a group, while each individual works at their own level.
How does it work? Through highly interactive stories and imaging games designed by Papa Joe with the help of thousands of children throughout the USA. He makes learning basic life skills such as listening and communicating FUN! We all know children learn best when they are enjoying themselves. Give us a call today and together we can plan a program designed specifically for your teachers and your students.
We can schedule each of your groups/classes once a month or over the course of a week. Building each session on the last and following the needs of the group.
usually scheduled in May for the next school year. We will do our best to
confirm your preferred schedule. Please understand, we offer these
programs at considerable discounts. Occasionally, we may ask you to
consider rescheduling due to a conflicting event.