Storytelling in Your Classroom
Humanities Montana is a fabulous organization that brings the arts to classrooms and communities all over Montana. It is a FREE opportunity for you to bring storytelling to your classroom. All you need to do is pick a program and contact me to set a date. Then, you'll go HERE to apply for the program. . .and VOILA!! Storytelling magic in your classroom that fulfills Montana ELA standards to boot. Scroll down to see program descriptions and get started. Let's tell some stories together!
Elementary School Workshops (K-5)
There are several storytelling workshops I offer for Kindergarten through fifth grade. Each workshop fulfills several English Language Arts Montana content standards. Click HERE to read the workshop descriptions and corresponding content standards.
Middle School Workshops
There are several storytelling workshops I offer for middle school students! Yes, even they love stories. Each workshop fulfills several English Language Arts Montana content standards. Click HERE to read the workshop descriptions and corresponding content standards.
High School Workshops
Yes, even teenagers get caught up in the magical words "Once upon a time. . . " I have several workshops for high school students that meet Montana ELA content standards. Click HERE to learn more!
"Mo Reynolds is amazing. I reached out to her and--together--we planned an opening for a unit on To Kill a Mockingbird with my 10th grade English students. We were "good to go" until... the Spring 2020 Covid-19 Shelter Place was ordered. Mo didn't miss a beat and she and I seamlessly transitioned our plans to remote learning. Because of the hype of having a professional story-teller coming to class and then the fact that word travels fast, the first set of students participated and shared with their friends who then enthusiastically attended the second session. I can't wait to work with her again this year on student narrative writing (remote, hybrid or in person)!"
Whitefish High School
"Your passion for life is contagious (for all ages)--you are radiant in speech, spirit, and presence. Your phrase, “Just because I fail three times, it doesn’t mean I have to fail forever” was truly life shifting for me. Thank you. Let’s cross paths again soon. And, enjoy winter!"
Nikki R. (Whitefish High School)
Dear Mo, I really appreciate you coming in and speaking with us. I sometimes have a hard time laughing at myself, and hearing you share an "embarrassing" time in your life and laughing about it instead of trying to hide it is inspirational to me. You are very talented with words and keeping things engaging--especially for a group of teenagers. Thank you! - Ella
Dear Mo, Thank you for telling us your stories. I really liked and appreciated how you could laugh at yourself and it was ok for us to laugh too. It was overall a really fun and engaging way to teach stories and show us how fun stories can be. - Emi