Steps In Developing a Therapeutic Story: (Part 6) Add visual, auditory and kinaesthetic descriptions.

e15. Add visual, auditory and kinaesthetic descriptions in the story to excite your child’s imagination and match his learning method.

Finally, go back through the story you have created and begin to add detail that will excite your child’s imagination. The true magic of this type of story occurs when the child begins to live himself into the story to a point where, in his subconscious mind, it is as if he is in the story. Vivid detail develops this process. Work at developing all three learning systems (seeing, hearing and feeling/movement).

Note: For complete and more in depth examples please refer to our book “Smart Stories”.

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