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Celebrate National Storytelling Week (26 January to 2 February) with resources that get pupils reading, writing and creating.

Interviews with authors

Get into National Storytelling Week with these videos featuring famous authors.

Storytelling masks

Bring traditional stories to life using these colourful masks.

Interactive StoryMaker

Lively templates for retelling popular stories.

Character invention

Guidelines for the first steps towards writing a fairy tale.

Story genre guide

Key overviews of major genres help pupils to develop their own stories and understand genre conventions.

Traditional tales

A plethora of literacy activities centred around storytelling.

Fractured fairy tales

Help pupils develop awareness of story structure by dissecting fairy tales and adapting them to create their own.

Stories from different cultures

A scheme of work to widen pupils' cultural understanding of the world through stories.

Developing digital stories

An entire scheme of work for developing multimedia stories.

Graphic novels

A guide to help pupils develop their storytelling through the medium of graphic novels.

These resources and more can be found in the TES National Storytelling Week collection. bit.lytesNationalStorytelling Week.

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