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Reimagining well-known stories from different angles will challenge children and inspire creativity, says Adam Newman…
There’s always two sides to a story. This phrase proves as a great starting point for this approach to narrative.
Consider that the tale of the Three Little Pigs was totally misunderstood, or that nobody knew what Mr Billy Goat Gruff witnessed as the wolf huffed and puffed.
Storytelling with intertwining versions of the same events can inspire imagination and creative thinking and challenge pupils to think beyond beginning, middle and end.
Adam Newman is KS2 and curriculum leader at Farmilo Primary School and Nursery in Nottinghamshire. Find him on his website at 3edmigos.creativeblogs.net and follow him on Twitter at @3edmigos.
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