The Importance of Communication in a Digital World.
Remembering who and what we are through storytelling in nature, with nature.
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“Nature inspires creativity in a child by demanding visualization and the full use of the senses” Richard Louv – Last Child in the Woods
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It is my hope that this little booklet will inspire educators, parents, families to create stick people and share stories in schools, kindergartens, homes and communities around the world in an effort to spread love, peace, hope, and unity.
“If we are to create peace in our world, we must begin with our children.” Mahatma Gandhi
The fallen branch was once part of the living tree – a story in itself. Now you are giving new life to the fallen branch with the help of a child’s imagination. The child creates their very own stick person (people) and creates a story around their character(s).
A tree represents the shared roots and branches of every culture and faith.
By creating our little stick people we encourage students, educators and families of all backgrounds to unite and interact as they explore our deep-rooted connection with nature through storytelling, and celebrate our different traditions, cultures and faiths. This helps create a greater understanding and respect among all people and nurtures a deep love for the natural world along our united journey.
Nature Is the Greatest Storyteller
Reawakening to the rhythmic secrets of the natural world helps rekindle our creativity.
Making stick people and creating stories with our creations helps renew our inner spirit and rewaken our sense of wonder – rekindling our love affair with the natural world. Storytelling offers us a way forward, not backwards. Getting back in touch with ourselves, the land, and our cultural roots.
“Storytelling is a fundamental form of human communication. We create stories out of life experiences as a way of making sense of what has happened to us.” – Robert Atkinson
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