Samples of Oral Narrations

Dear Reader,

As a follow up to this recent post on written narrations, I am attempting to share some of my children’s oral narrations. They are audio files in a drop box which you can find here (hopefully this works!). I will add a few more as I get them. It is good to see examples of both; oral narrations tend to be much more complete than written ones, especially in the younger years. If you have your kids’ narrations, in either form, feel free to link to them in the comments or send them to me and I’ll post them so we can all see what narrations looks and sounds like. Share the bad ones too! The goal is not to show off or make others feel their kids’ efforts aren’t up to snuff but to give an accurate picture of what a given age child may do.

Nebby

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