Storytelling Time • Virtual Workshop 3rd-5th grade students w/ teacher/parent

Thank You for joining me. I am Oba King, are you ready for a challenge? SKILL DEVELOPMENT: Listening, Comprehension, articulation, diction, imagination, visual art, and creativity.

FEATURED STORY SET : CONNECTED and R.E.A.D. (Click the link, watch & listen) •LISTEN then make ART• 50 minute activity. SUPPLIES NEEDED : notebook paper, blank sheets (3 minimum) , drawing pencils, colored pencils, crayons, or tablet. YES, I would like to see your work. Get Parents permission before beginning after completing your art work , you can share it hear as a jpg or pdf.

Thanks for Participating, enjoy!

Boat Ride – a collaboration with Tony Jones

what is storytelling • 7/29 @6:30p story creation and sharing. Southeast Arlington Library • Family Audience – arts & education, traditional folk art.


Imagine the magic of hearing the rhythm and then It makes you move! join us JUSTUSarts for Storytelling, Drama, Spoken Word, and Poetry. Programs available year-round, all ages.

Come out, bring the family for an interactive experience with Oba William King, author, storyteller, national touring artist. “Oba King’s story shows are incredibly engaging.” We share laughter, connect with one another, experience the rhythm of spoken word, and learn about the tradition of the Griot, the art of Storytelling. Folk Tales and Animal Tails – with original music and Djembe drum. All Ages All Welcome./ Free Admission – Tell a friend –