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Cherokee Storytelling and Music Program
Dressed in traditional Native American clothing, I present a program of traditional & interactive Cherokee storytelling, and traditional & interactive Cherokee drumming and singing. If room and audience size permit, and if requested, students and teachers will participate in a Round Dance.
Traditional stories, such as "How Rabbit Tricked the Wolves", "The First Fire", and "How Wildcat Caught a Turkey" have been developed for child participation and dramatic play. All stories are age appropriate.
Recommended Grades: K - 8
Running Time: 45 minutes
Single and Back-to-Back programs are available.
Cherokee Rabbit Tales: A Preschool Program
In Cherokee tradition, along with many other tribes in the east, Rabbit is the Trickster. Whatever Rabbit's motives may be, to start trouble or get out of it, he is a Trickster.
Dressed in traditional Cherokee clothing, I present a program of highly interactive storytelling, singing, and drumming. Stories such as " and "How Rabbit Tricked the Wolves" have been developed for child participation.
If room and group size permit, and if requested, the children will also participate in a Native Round Dance.