Tell a story PowerPoint - ELSA Support for emotional literacy

Tell a story PowerPoint

This ‘tell a story PowerPoint’ is based on one of our story telling free resources. Perfect for delivering remotely or in the classroom with a whiteboard, laptop or IPAD.

You need to be in slideshow mode to ensure the animations work correctly.

Click ‘slideshow’ click ‘from beginning’

When you click on the dice it rolls, when you click it again it stops at random.

Roll the die 5 times to get your character, setting, emotion, prop and problem.

The little squares can be clicked so you can remember what you have rolled. They will turn a blue colour.

Then simply tell a story.

Download: Tell a story

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