Children, Children: Tell me a story - show it to me in play !

Freely told stories and storyplay for and with children.

Storytelling for children with the "table theater" (Kamishibai), the voice, the body, playfully.


Children love to hear stories AND to invent them, too. In today's world, most of us don't feel able to freely tell stories to those young, open faces.


This weekend allows those who love children to move from reading aloud to telling stories freely. Plus, they will learn to create stories with children, who will then tell the stories with pictures and with the Kamishibai, as well as play-act the stories. 

A weekend for grandparents, parents, uncles, aunts, and all those who work with children.

Children love stories

Topics of the Weekend

  • The Storytelling Inventor's Toolbox
  • Using the red thread to hang the freshly-caught stories out to dry
  • Introduction to, and practice with, storytelling with pictures (using the Kamishibai)
  • Tips and tricks for the theatrical presentation of fairytales and stories
  • Practical tips for using storytelling to expand children's oral capabilities
  • Interactive storytelling with mixed-age groups
  • Tips for difficult situations ("wild" children, noisy venues, and more)
Even a classroom can be a place for storeis

For who is this course?

grandparents, parents, uncles, aunts, and all those who work with children


4. and 15. Mai 2016 in München (Inkomm, in München-Neuhausen) from 10am to about 5 pm.


Inkomm, München-Neuhausen, Rupprechtstraße 29 (Haus der Jugendarbeit) - use U1/U7 until Haltestelle Mailingerstraße or the S-Bahn until Donnersbergerbrücke (about 10 Minutes from the Munich Central Train Station).


Dr. Norbert Kober (Wochenendseminare), Reinald Rickmeyer.


  • €182
  • Prerequisites: none 
  • Maximum number of participants: 15
Norbert with the Kamishibai infront of many children

This seminar is also offered in english... for more information, advice, registration or booking, please contact us Tel: 089/484185 or -> Contact

here some impressions (in german):