Storytelling is a process through which kids wish to expand their creative limits. It improves their imaginative skills. Storytelling brings in the dimension of helping our kids be problem-solvers.
➡️ When a child starts to tell a written or self-written story, they observe its essence. It changes the way they perceive things. They take on the role of observers within the plot.
➡️ They gain the ability to predict the consequences of an action. The story has a flow. Each action has an expected consequence.
➡️ Children will be determined to solve a problem. They know the story must have a successful conclusion. To achieve a successful conclusion, the problem must be solved.
Thus, to conclude, storytelling is like a butterfly effect. Consequently, our children gain skills more quickly, and this activity has immense benefits.