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Felt Story Figures to Tell Popular Children's Stories


Figures to tell some of the most popular children's stories of modern times! Only $11.99 each for uncut or $13.99 each precut! Felt board background not included.

Please also visit our Classic Felt Board Stories which include traditional felt board sets with large felt boards and audio CDs
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List any 5 Figures to Tell sets in the COMMENTS area of the shopping cart to get this special savings! Be sure to tell us which 5 you want! You may include any story below plus the Stories from Around the World, or the Bugs Monthly Holiday Lessons . If you like, your 5th item can be a Small Plain felt board.
620083 Any 5 Figures to Tell Sets Precut Price: $55.99 Add to Cart
62008 Set of Any 5 Figures to Tell Sets Uncut Price: $47.99 Add to Cart

"Hi Karen!  Thank you for my fabulous sets!!  My school starts next week and I can't wait to use them!!  I tested them out on myself and can't wait to get some of the books to go along with them.  Love your stories too.  Thank you for the kind email and prompt service!!  Really appreciate your time and attention.  My Best, Deborah Ellingson from California."

Good Night Moon

Say Goodnight (Figures to tell Goodnight Moon )


Freddie Frog: Figures to Tell Froggy Gets Dressed

Freddie Frog (Figures to tell Froggy Gets Dressed )
Watch a video of this set!

Monsters Galore: Where the Wild Things Are

Monsters Galore (Figures to tell Where the Wild Things Are )

Only at Home: Love You Forever

Only At Home (Figures to tell Love You Forever )

Who Ate the food? The Very Hungry Caterpillar

Who Ate the Food? (Figures to tell The Hungry Caterpillar)

Animal Tales: Brown Bear Brown Bear WHat Do You See?

Animal Tales (Figures to tell Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See? )


Wheels on the Bus

Build a Bus (Figures to tell The Wheels on the Bus )

Eensie Weensy

Figures to Tell The Itsy Bitsy Spider

The Mitten by Jan Brett

Figures to tell The Mitten

Naptime: The Napping House

Naptime (Figures to tell The Napping House )

The Polar Express by Chris Van Allsburg

Christmas Train (Figures to tell The Polar Express )

Fishy Tales: Rainbow Fish

Fishy Tales (Figures to tell Rainbow Fish )

Guess How Much I Love You?

Busy Bunny (Figures to tell Guess How Much I Love You?)

The Mouse, the Big Hungry Bear and the Red Ripe Strawberry

The Perfect Strawberry (Figures to tell The Little Mouse, the Red Ripe Strawberry and the Big Hungry Bear)


Stories from Around the World
Bugs Monthly Holiday Lessons


Some tips for telling/reading stories

1. Be prepared so that you can tell stories smoothly
* practice telling it out-loud to yourself
* know what happens in the right order

2. Be prepared with materials and facilities

3. Make sure that everyone is comfortable, and that they can see you

4. Begin the story by welcoming the listeners, using a carefully controlled voice, neither too high
nor too low

5. Engage the children as you tell the story
* Use facial expressions and gestures as well as your voice
* Meet your audience in the eyes: don’t be shy

6. Be playful with your language
* repeat words or phrases, use rhythm and rhyme or alliteration
* be clean and clear
*tease kids a bit when only you know what is going to happen next.

7. Try telling the same story -but swap over to make sure you don’t retell the same bits

8. Ask children if they do not understand the story- raise your hands

9. Assign comprehension jobs such as author, illustrator, predictor, main ideas, nouns,
verbs, word detective (Amber, 2008)

10. Use puppets, stuffed animals, paper cutouts, and flannel board to illustrate stories that
you tell without reading

11. Combine songs, body movement, and fingerplays in story telling time

Credits for
*Amber Swedenborg
* Vickie Dworkin

Some tips for telling stories adapted from

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