Mythstories is a charity working with traditional tales. Here you will find some of our favourites, together with ideas for story-based activities for families, groups of children or whole classes.
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Storytelling is an effective tool that can be used across the curriculum, not just in English. Here you will find tried and tested resources that will work in your classroom, They can be easily adapted for small or large groups and many are equally suitable for home educators.
You can add style and beauty to your school, home or office and support Mythstories' educational work by visiting the Mythstories Art UK Shop. There are framed or unframed prints of Dez Quarréll's artworks, a range of customised gifts for the home and art materials to inspire young artists.
Ten Paintings and a hinged oven door revealing a skunk tell eleven stories and show us how stories can chart the movement of peoples.
The constituent parts of the museum’s Ramayana Constellation and a little about its creation and history.
Yama the Hindu God of Death and Justice was the subject of two ‘Bargain with death’ tales in the museum.
Wayang Golek Puppet Theatre is a key part of the storytelling tradition in Java and Indonesia.
The Temple Cloths of the Vagri community of Gujarat tell not one but many stories.
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