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April Storytime and workshop


We produce storytelling workshops and creative writing camps for kids. These are created online or in-person in select locations. The next online Storytime hour will be hosted in online on April 27, 2024. This will be held at 9 am CT or 7:30pm India. This is our ongoing Saturday morning online workshop. We will read a story about desi women to celebrate the international women’s day and our March theme of gender and inclusion. This is available for kids ages 6-14 years.

If you own our Maker Box, this event is free to attend. For guests, the recommended donation is $20. If you are a student in India, the fees is INR 500, and you can enroll with our partners here.

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Workshop Experience

This storytime adventure is an enriching experience that celebrates the beauty of diversity and the joy of belonging. It begins with a captivating read-aloud of a children’s book that celebrates the beauty of diversity, friendship, and acceptance. Young readers will be transported to worlds where characters learn the importance of kindness, empathy, and embracing differences.

After the read-aloud, our young participants will engage in discussions about the various themes presented in the stories. Through interactive activities, participants will have the opportunity to craft their own story endings, allowing their creativity to grow.

storytelling workshops for children

We host online and in-person workshops for kids. All our events and workshops are listed HERE. If you’d like to request a workshop for your school, library or institute, you can fill the form HERE.


Why join the programs?

Our programs are conducted as after-school classes in-person or online. The program is created for kindergarten, elementary and middle school kids. We believe all children have the natural ability to be storytellers. This program enables them to nurture their skills, build creative confidence, and learn new ways to tell their stories.

Children can join seasonal programs like Diwali, Holi, and others. They can also join weekly programs that enable them to regularly practice storytelling frameworks, building reading, active listening, and creative writing skills. And craft a story! All our programs are designed to have hands-on practice, writing prompts and create strong engagement.

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Testimonials on storytelling workshops

“Enthusiastic”

We loved the kind and enthusiastic approach. You did a great job of making the kids feel comfortable and making them share their ideas. The material shared with the kids was fantastic, it included ideas and pointers for story writing which were very interesting. Thanks for putting that together and sharing it with the kids.

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– Parent, Grade 3, Forest Hill Elementary

“So awesome!”

This is an incredible program and so awesome that we are excited for in our neighborhood library. We loved it and more importantly it’s great for kids!

★ ★ ★ ★ ★

— Parent, Grade 4, Mills Elementary

“Bring it back”

My kid loved this workshop and we would be really excited to attend another one, if you host it again soon. I am waiting for my 3 year old to eventually join too!

★ ★ ★ ★ ★

— Parent, Grade 4, Mills Elementary

“Engaging”

You presented so well, and were so open to their ideas and questions. So, really the engagement is a testament to you. The whole experience was wonderful and special.

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– Teacher, The Priory School

“Enjoyable!”

People loved the story and kids enjoyed tons. Thanks for bringing these stories to us!

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— Parent, Grade 4, Austin Waldorf

“Wonderful”

My daughter liked the program so much. She learned to think in many perspectives before writing a story. Also she gained more confidence thanks to the wonderful session.

★ ★ ★ ★ ★

— Parent, Grade 5, Mills Elementary

“I did it”

I’ve never been on stage before and I was a little shy but I did it.

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– Student, 6, Volunteer

“So good!”

The story was organized and presented very well with the kids as different characters in the story!

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— Parent, Grade 3

“Engaging”

I am so glad this was organized, it’s so important to learn about different cultures. I could see the children were engaged.

★ ★ ★ ★ ★

— Librarian, Valley View Elementary