Me I Am – poem by Jack Prelutsky

One of my favorite poems … It’s lovely

Me I Am !

I am the only Me I Am
Who qualifies as me,
no Me I AM has been before,
and none will ever be
No other Me I Am can feel
the feelings I’ ve within,
no other Me I Am can fit
precisely in my skin
There is no other Me I Am
who thinks the thoughts I do,
the world contains one Me I Am
this earth shall ever see,
that Me I Am I always am
is no one else but Me!

by Jack Prelutsky

The Little Book of Detox

Easy ways to cleanse, revitalise and energise!

Jane Scrivner – The British School of Complementary Therapy

It’s a nice little book to get some ideas of how one can pay a little more attention, towards oneself or the surrounding…

The little Book of Detox is full of advice on how to give your body and mind a thorough spring-clean.

Discover the key to feeling refreshed, invigorated and full of energy.

Here you find the book….

http://www.piatkus.co.uk

Guess how much I love you….

One of the nicest books ever. I know, that most of you might know it, yet it is worth to be mentioned by EJ and in case one doesn’t know it, … , make sure you will get it and read it to your children, in class or at home.

It exists in quite a lot of languages, so there will be one that you understand…

Storytelling

Like I mentioned yesterday, I was following a workshop by Priscilla Howe, on storytelling. It was very nice and I want to share with you her link and give you some informatin on what she talked about. One topic I really liked was the Imagination Game.

Magic Box:

Take an empty box with a lid. Open it secretively, and explain that something is happening in the box. Begin with something silly, such as “Oh! I see two chickens playing football in here. The crowed is going wild. The turtle just stole the ball and made a goal.”

Pass the box to the next person and ask what is going on in the box. does not have to be the same story.

It is a fun activity and I recommend it for elementary/primary children from 6 years onwards

More information about Priscilla Howe you find on

http://www.priscillahowe.com/

http://storytellingnotes.blogspot.com/

Websites on storytelling

http://www.storynet.org

http://www.timesheppard.co.uk

http://www.aaronshep.com/storytelling/index.html

http://storyarts.org/

http://www.storyteller.net