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11 typical excuses for not touching a Kamishibai (not even with a barge pole)

11 typical excuses for not touching a Kamishibai (not even with a barge pole)

Have you discovered Kamishibai's universe and you've been fascinated by it, but haven't you decided to get one? Make sure you don't have any of these 11 symptoms. Careful, they're contagious.

“How beautiful!” “I love the illustrations.” “It's a piece of cake.” “Very original.” “Sure, it had to be Japanese!”

If you have seen a Kamishibai in action (or Instagram) and you have thought through any of these phrases, be careful. You are already infected, now your whole being is going to rebel against you to get as far away from it as possible, with all kinds of tricks. Welcome to the 11 typical excuses for not touching a Kamishibai with a barge-pole.

  1. Kids just want to watch videos on YouTube.

If this categorical statement has taken control of your mind and is removing from your memory all that you have lived when you saw a Kamishibai, we are so sorry. You are infected!

Of course, Kamishibai cannot compete with moving images, but neither does it pretend to. If we throw Kamishibai and YouTube in the same bag, we haven't really understood anything.

YouTube is a platform that can contain a lot of interesting material for children. Here's a good example. And it can also contain a lot of material as stinky as a pile of manure. No, we are not going to give examples of those out of respect for your mental health. Truth is, there's no point. After all, it's always the same videos. They never change, no matter how many times we watch them.

A Kamishibai narration is unique. The illustrations may always be the same (just if we want to), but the way we tell the story is unrepeatable. Most of its value lies in there: even if your audience asks you to tell it again, you will never be able to do it exactly the same way.

Reflect on this: a child watching YouTube may want to become a YouTuber. Making that happen can be complicated, it takes means and resources. A child who listens to a Kamishibai story is very likely to want to become a storyteller. Is that possible? That only depends on whether you let him or not: he doesn't even need to know how to read to be one: the image is on the backside of the theater!

Yeah, but kids just want to watch videos on YouTube. Are you sure? Introduce them to Kamishibai with a bit of ceremony and go ahead and tell them a story with eye-catching illustrations. And then ask them if what they want to see is the umpteenth video of kittens falling off a shelf or that you tell again “Mr. Nimbo and the Cloud Machine”. Tell us all about it!

  1. We already have enough toys at home.

Wouldn't it be great if you could put some kind of "filter" for everything that comes into your house, specially when it's for the little ones? One doesn't know very well how to react when someone shows up at one's house with one of these horrible types of toys you should never give to kids, but there they are. Those "things". And the worst thing is that if you throw them away, you're going to get all sorts of warnings and disappointments (maybe not from your kids, but from the proud curator of their purchase).

Well, we would agree with you if it wasn't because... you're infected! Kamishibai is not exactly an educational toy, nor a book. It's all that and much more. We enjoy defining it as "the tale Thermomixer", because the most fascinating stories can be easily cooked in it.

Very few toys have infinite possibilities, and very few books can stop being books (it doesn't count when used as a sofa stand). Inside a Kamishibai fits everything your imagination can conceive. From stories already created with wonderful illustrations, to your very own. You can choose the ingredients yourself and customise the dishes to your guests' taste. It's the ultimate expression of DIY!

  1. I'm not even good at telling a joke.

You can see it clearly: Kamishibai would seem wonderful to you if it weren't for the "little" detail that, after all, is about speaking in public. Not only that: it's about telling a story in public, a story that you haven't even made up yourself. Come on, you'll say, if I'm not good enough to tell a joke, just imagine a story... Alarm! You're infected!

You don't need any special talent to use a Kamishibai. You don't have to be an actress or a professional storyteller. You just have to know how to read and dare to be yourself. From there, a whole universe of possibilities opens up. You can improvise parts of the story, add music, wear costumes, take care of the lighting, create a new ending... or read the story as it is. The most important thing is that you make the story yours. Remember that “the story is not the story, the story is the one who tells it”.

When you tell a joke, or something that has happened to someone, you don't usually have more resources than your voice and your gestures. When you read a good night children's book, you usually do it by holding it with your hands. When you use Kamishibai, you are opening wide a window to the imagination: your audience sees what you are telling, your hands are completely free and you create a distance between the storyteller and the listener. Even if it looks like you're “just reading unfunny,” you're actually multiplying the immersion.

  1. They don't even read the names of the apps!

I try my best. I go with them to cool children's bookstores and let them choose the books that most attract their attention. Every night I work hard to get them to read a little bit. Pointless. In the end, they get bored stiff and ask me if they can play a game on the iPad. I think that by "not reading", we mean that they don't even read the name of the app they're playing!

Reading laziness has taken over your whole family. There's no turning back now. A Kamishibai would only make the situation worse. Oh yeah... you are infected!

If you think that Kamishibai is just an illustrated album in cards, you are seeing the glass half empty. It has been used for many decades to promote reading in many countries, with great success. Do you know which is one of the factors that makes it successful, much more than reading with a book in your hand? It's as simple as nobody sees that the storyteller is reading it. Even if you've explained your audience very clearly how Kamishibai works, as soon as you open the doors of the theater all your audience stops seeing it as a reading. And a very special bond begins to develop between the storyteller, the audience and the story itself.

When you use Kamishibai, you don't need to force them to read: you can be sure that they will want to become storytellers, swipe the story cards, confront an audience... If they can read, they will immediately begin to narrate the text. But even if they still don't know how to read well, they can make up the story: from the back of the theater they are always seeing the image that their audience is seeing. In other words, you're giving them a lot of motivation to read and enjoy reading.

  1. I'll do it myself, I'm very crafty.

What's a Kamishibai theater? A wooden little frame where you put images, right? Well, I can make that myself, and I'm very crafty. And if I find it difficult, I'm sure there are hundreds of tutorials on YouTube. Or I can talk to my friend Danielle, who is a cabinetmaker. She'll give me a hand. And I'll save some money by the way!

Well, we're so sorry, but... you're infected!

We understand that perfectly. The handcrafted aspect that a wooden butai exhales is deceptive (let's not talk about the cardboard ones, they don't capture a third of the attention that the wooden ones do: they move, they close, they fall and they break we you get to the story card #3).

Yeah, a butai looks easy to make. Yes, you have a great tutorial on how to build a Kamishibai Theater here. No, it's going to take a lot longer than you think. No, don't think it's going to be cheap (and you problably are not including the hours spent in the making and traveling).

Yeah, but I'll do it myself, I don't care. All right, the only thing we wish you (apart from good luck) is that the process does not take you away from your ultimate goal: to make use of the Kamishibai. Keep the frustration threshold very high so as not to suffer from baker's syndrome: the more cakes he makes, the more he hates candy.

  1. It's a lot of hassle, and I don't have time for stories.

Oh, this life of mine, I only have time for what is urgent and I keep the important things in a drawer to open it once in a while. I used to have time for everything, but now...

If the ghost of the White Rabbit of Alice has taken over your life and makes you think that Kamishibai is a wonder, but also a wonderful time-consuming mess... you are infected!

Don't worry, we' re not going to add any more stress by telling you how to reduce stress. We just want to tell you that most of us are in the same situation, with little time. We believe that since the advent of smart devices with internet access, a fierce battle has been fought for the conquest of our time. Everyone wants it, from the busiest social networks to the newest streaming services. "Pay me with your time! After all, I'm for free (or very cheap)...". If we throw Kamishibai in the same bag, then we really got tangled up.

Kamishibai is an absolutely social technique, so it may seem complicated at first glance. Nothing could be further from the truth. It's true that it can be as complicated as you want, but, in essence, it's very simple: you just need someone to stop and listen. The duration of stories in their most basic form is between 5 and 10 minutes. The simplest preparation takes no more than a minute. And the reward is very valuable: fun, self-esteem, social skills... No, no scientific study supports this statement, but we love to believe it: a five-minute Kamishibai story with your children is socially equivalent to three hours of activity on Instagram.

  1. I don't need that wooden contraption (a.k.a. "cute, those tablemats").

“Those are lovely tablemats!”, we hear from time to time when someone sees Kamishibai story cards outside the butai.

“Well, this was already invented with language flashcards,” they tell us when we explain the technique with the story cards in our hands and without using the theater.

“But each card is a story?”, we are asked in confusion when seeing loose story cards.

Actually, there's no need of that wooden artifact to tell stories, whether they're Kamishibai or not. By holding the story "sheets" with my very own hands, the effect is the same. Oh yeah, I've seen it on YouTube.

If you believe that nature has blessed you with an overwhelming charisma, so much that you have the power to grab the attention of even the most absent-minded spectator, so much so that even with your face behind a handful of sheets your audience learns something... caution... you are infected!

If you are already a regular on our blog, you will know how much we detest "dogmatizing" about Kamishibai. As of today, no one has enough scientific authority to narrow down the technique to a set of rules that determine who does Kamishibai in this world and who does not, let alone if they are based only on traditionalisms or personal experiences. Kamishibai is you, a story in cards and your audience.

That's what I said, I don't need that wooden contraption. Well, it's not that you don't need it, but rather that what you're going to achieve without it isn't even half as productive. It's going to cost you an awful lot to prepare your audience for listening. You're going to need more than your own voice to get that sense of mystery and magic that comes with the theater. And if, on top of that, you are using sheets of paper instead of cards of the appropriate thickness... your storytelling is going to degrade from " wonderful" to "wonderless". And, believe it or not, this greatly influences everything you want to achieve by telling a story (even if the purpose is just to entertain).

Without using the theater, your Kamishibai story will be a precious showcase of... tablemats.

  1. That has to be very expensive.

Apparently someone approached Voltaire and said, “Life is hard.” To which he replied: “Compared to what?”.

- According to my experience (or better yet, to the good taste I have), anything that strongly catches my eye costs a fortune. I find Kamishibai amazing, so it has to be very expensive.

Say what? You actually thought something like that? Oh, dear... you are infected!

- Nope, I'm sorry to tell you, but I'm not infected this time. I think it's quite expensive for what it has to offer.

If it were made in China, if those who cut the wood and engrave the Japanese letters on the door were not colleagues, if we hadn't undergone a thousand and one storytellings to find a balance between quality, ease of use and durability...

- Should I give you excuse 5 again, "I'll do it myself, I'm very crafty"? It's still very expensive.

Okay, let's set aside the sales arguments. The theater should speak for itself (although the ones that actually do so are all the gaitos kamishibaiyas who use our Kamishibai Theater).

- Let's get to the point.

Well, maybe you shouldn't see Kamishibai as if it were a children's book, it has many more possibilities. Maybe what you need is to find the theater that's right for you, both in terms of needs and budget. If you clearly see that you are going to use it at home, for example to tell goodnight stories like never before, or to have a whole range of activities that never crossed your mind before, from only 32,95€ you can get a Kamishibai KIDS Theater (MINI A4)...

- I still find it expensive.

I don't want to Voltaire you, but... compared to what?

  1. A great gift... but better for Chrismas time.

Indeed, as soon as you saw a Kamishibai you thought it would be one of the most original gifts you've ever made in recent history. Problem is... it's not the season for gifts yet!

This symptom often comes hand-in-hand with #2, "we already have enough toys at home", generating a scenario that seems to have a complicated solution. What if I become that hated person who fills their house with junk that they never use? Maybe they'll appreciate it more at Christmas, but, wait a sec, they don't even know what it is, how are they going to appreciate it? And besides, if they haven't asked for it, they'll probably be disappointed.

Shall you tell yourself that or shall we? All right, you're infected!

Over the years, we have seen very different reactions from those to whom we first discovered the Kamishibai technique. Like you, many see it as a great and original gift. And the truth is that it really is. But we also invite you to measure the temperature of that idea: if it's not too high and the person who is going to receive the gift doesn't even know what it is, we recommend that you change the gift. Not even for Christmas.

When someone has never heard of Kamishibai, they don't need wonderful explanations: they need to live it. You will have to perform a demonstration if you don't want to hear some fake truth ("aha, what an interesting gift, thank you very much"). And if you are planning to do a demonstration, we recommend you to be very motivated to do it. So if the thermometer bursts at the thought of giving away a Kamishibai, you don't need to postpone it for Christmas. It will always be a success!

  1. They'll just use it once.

Look around you. Would you be able to count with your fingers of one hand all those things you haven't used for more than three months? Those that when they came into your life were likely to transform it completely, but then became magically invisible objects.

What? You're short on fingers? You're infected!

Indeed, it is something that can happen even to the most special of the Kamishibai: falling into the most absolute of oblivions. After the initial enthusiasm, that magical day where everyone was like crazy around the theater telling stories, it's time to put it away. Ok! Back to its box and back to the closet. And there it stayed forever. Hey, do you think it comes to life at night, when no one sees it? ;)

Here are some strategies to prevent this from happening:

  • Always keep it in sight and close at hand. Inside its box and hidden in the closet no one will ever remember the poor Kamishibai, and with each day laziness will become stronger and stronger... to the point it will be impossible to get it out of there. Truth is that It's beautiful and surely matches your furnishing, so it's best not to hide it!
  • Make it look different every day. One day it can be closed, another open with a never-before-seen card (remember you can DIY), another day it can go on a tour like Amelie's gnome...
  • Think beyond tales and beyond playrooms: it can be used for much more. What could you do with it in the kitchen?
  1. We're too grown up now.

“Today there's plenty of things for kids. I wish I were one once again!”

“They'd just love Kamishibai... if only they weren't already ten years old.”.

Two comments we hear often. If you think that Kamishibai is just meant to tell stories to the little ones... you are infected!

We'll detail very different ways to use Kamishibai in a future article. It's not just a fantastic tool to tell children's stories, it's an expanding universe that feeds on your ideas and your imagination. That's why it's not suitable for any particular age: that' s only up to you to determine it.

Well, enough with excuses! What are the reasons you would indeed touch a Kamishibai? Leave us a comment below, we look forward to hearing them! And if you've found some value in this article don't forget to share it and Like it: that keeps us very motivated to continue exploring this full of possibilities technique.

See you in our next article!

Publicado el 21/09/2017 Kamishibai KIDS (MINI A4), Featured articles 42 11901

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42 Comentarios

  • Iñaki de Kamishibai® Universe

    Iñaki de Kamishibai® Universe 05/10/2017

    Wow! Qué felicidad ver tantas buenas razones y tan pocas excusas!
    Vuestros comentarios nos dan grandes motivaciones para seguir explorando y compartiendo todo sobre la técnica del Kamishibai.
    Mil gracias y un fuerte abrazo!!
  • lara vidal pastor

    lara vidal pastor 03/10/2017

    Me encanta tocar el kamishibai ! y además sumarle música con mi violoncello ... les atrapa todavía más a los niños ,entre las imágenes y lo musical se crea otra atmósfera .
  • Anna Vilà Reche

    Anna Vilà Reche 03/10/2017

    Lo quiero para dejar boquiabiertos a mis hijos! Si con los cuentos disfrutan mucho, imaginad con un kamishibai!
  • Virginia Juez Fuentespina

    Virginia Juez Fuentespina 03/10/2017

    Dejemonos de chistes, y pasemos a las razones por la que sí que hay que usar el kamishibai.
    Es un recurso maravillos que abre las puertas al mundo de la fantasia, una genial forma de hacer magia. Además de disfrutar contando y ver lo felices que son con este teatro.
  • Gema Diego Calvo

    Gema Diego Calvo 30/09/2017

    Quiero que entre en mi casa ese universo mágico que estoy segura que es y dejar de poner-me excusas tontas...
  • Ana Garcia nogueras

    Ana Garcia nogueras 30/09/2017

    Yo deseando estoy de volver a sacar el nuestro y esta vez con ayudante. Mi hijo mayor era un enamorado del kamishibai le pedia hasta 5 cuentos a papa Noel y ahora ya vamos a empezar a contarselos al pequeño de la casa. Sera genial!!!!
  • xandra torres barriuso

    xandra torres barriuso 30/09/2017

    Como maestra de E.Infantil, me parece una gran herramienta para fomentar el interés por los cuentos, la escucha con atención, también interactuar a lo largo del cuento con preguntas.. es una herramienta muy motivadora par ellos, y el poder tener cada cuento en los 3 idiomas que se trabaja en el aula, es una gozada. Como madre lo usaré también cuando mi hijo sea más mayor, que aun tiene solo 3 meses.
  • Antonio Rubio

    Antonio Rubio 30/09/2017

    Buenas a todos.
    Como educador infantil y pedagogo el Kamishibai me parece una herramienta poderosa y bella. Los cuentos y su narración son una forma de educación maravillosa y ancestral. Quien ponga excusas es porque no se ha dejado atravesar por esta tradición.

    Suerte y salud para todos.
  • Patri Montero Ramos

    Patri Montero Ramos 30/09/2017

    Estamos contagiados y queremos infectarnos del todo!! Queremos abrir esta ventana a la imaginación y la diversión todas las noches ❤️
  • Ana Blanco

    Ana Blanco 30/09/2017

    Me encantaría tocar un kamishibai! Mi peque tiene autismo y es muy visual, creo que sería una forma magnífica de captar su atención y pasarlo bien juntos
  • Blanca Martínez Pascual

    Blanca Martínez Pascual 30/09/2017

    Me encantaría trocar uno e ir aprendiendo porque es como una entrada a los sueños.
  • Susana Meléndez López

    Susana Meléndez López 29/09/2017

    No es que "lo tocaría".... Es que a partir de esta semana que viene voy a tocarlo dos veces por semana en el cole, en un taller de animación a la lectura para mis chicos de 4º y los de 1º. Ya lo usé con otros grupos el año pasado y el anterior y sencillamente FLIPARON.
    Cualquier día lo saco en casa (ya se sabe, en casa del herrero....) y le cuento un cuento a mi pedugo, que fijo que alucina.

    Gracias mil por esta maravilla, hace ya casi 3 años (o 4, no recuerdo bien) que lo tengo y disfruto cada vez que lo saco en el cole.
  • Laura Hernaiz Ballesteros

    Laura Hernaiz Ballesteros 29/09/2017

    Yo lo usaría con gusto, ya que se abre un mundo nuevo cada vez que abres el kamishibai!!
  • Vanesa Vargas Llavata

    Vanesa Vargas Llavata 29/09/2017

    Yo si lo tocaría encantada y mi princesita que está dotada de una gran imaginación, aún más encantada si cabe
  • Mª Jose Tomas

    Mª Jose Tomas 29/09/2017

    Lo tocaria encatada! Creo que el Kamishibai es un recurso magico para utilizarlo en la biblioteca escolar donde trabajo. Es ideal para fomentar la lectoescritura, con el los niños pueden dejar volar su imaginacion y crear historias fantasticas. Tambien es un buen recurso para que los niños pierdan la verguenza a hablar en publico. Gracias
  • Ana Carbonero Molia

    Ana Carbonero Molia 29/09/2017

    Para tocarlo, manipularlo, inventar historias nuevas, retorcer el argumento de los cuentos mil veces contados, hacer que la imaginación flote hacia el infinito... La excusa para tocarlo, ¿es para mis hijas o para mí?
  • Tatiana Rodriguez Quintana

    Tatiana Rodriguez Quintana 29/09/2017

    Sin duda estoy infectada , pero hace ya algún tiempo , aunque hasta ahora me vacunaba , creo este otoño me dejaré enfermar y tendré mi kamishibai .
  • Ángela Estévez Rey

    Ángela Estévez Rey 29/09/2017

    Me gusta el sistema para hacer el momento "cuentacuentos" más vistoso.
  • Gemma Vaquero Heredia

    Gemma Vaquero Heredia 29/09/2017

    Nosotros lo queremos porque nos encantan los cuentos, porque queremos contarle historias a los compis del cole, a las vecinas, a las titas y a los "otros" niños de mamá. Además tenemos algunos cuentos pensados para contar el!! Ojalá nos toque!!
  • Barbara Williams Segovia

    Barbara Williams Segovia 29/09/2017

    Nosotros lo que queremos son más cuentos (vale, y uno grande que el pequeño se nos queda muy pequeño jajajaja).
  • Noelia Migueles

    Noelia Migueles 29/09/2017

    Imposible no tocar un recurso tan bonito, tradicional y atractivo!! Como madre y maestra me encantaría tenerlo , estoy segura de que haría un buen uso de él!! Ojalá tenga suerte!!
  • Barbara Guillen Gonzalez

    Barbara Guillen Gonzalez 29/09/2017

    Me encanta el artículo, yo soy de las de DIY, me iba a hacer uno de cartón, pero al final no encontré el tiempo para ponerme a hacerlo! Por eso espero que me toque
  • Nuria Ramírez Pozo

    Nuria Ramírez Pozo 29/09/2017

    En casa somos muy del "hazlo tu mismo", el problema es que nos falta tiempo
  • Judit Simó Soldevila

    Judit Simó Soldevila 29/09/2017

    Perfecto para contar historias!!
  • M Carmen Gomez Martinez

    M Carmen Gomez Martinez 29/09/2017

    A mi hijo le encanta crear e imaginar historias y aunque tiene 8 años se que lo va a disfrutar mucho y asi podra espresar y explotar toda la imaginacion que tiene.
  • Emi Rentero

    Emi Rentero 29/09/2017

    Mi excusa es ¿por qué no lo tengo ya? Aiss con lo que me gusta, bueno nos gustan los cuentos, las historias y las distintas formas y recursos que hay para hacerlo.
  • Maria Paraire

    Maria Paraire 29/09/2017

    Yo no tengo ninguna de esas excusas! Es fantástico, Ona lo fliparia y nosotros seguro también!! Crear, narrar, imaginar...!!!
  • Daniela Cifras Herrera

    Daniela Cifras Herrera 29/09/2017

    Es imposible no tocarlo, si es maravilloso, alucinante y mágico el universo al cual conduce!!! Permite a grandes y pequeños detenerse en el tiempo y re-encontrarse con el niño interno para mimarlo y hacerlo cómplice de cada historia maravillosa relatada en el kamishibai. Es un regalo su existencia, un placer único para conectarnos como humanos, en estos tiempos tan tecnológicos. Gracias kamishibai por existir!!!!! Quiero ser la ganadora ☺️☺️☺️☺️☺️
  • Paula Guerrero Rubio

    Paula Guerrero Rubio 29/09/2017

    Nada de excusas!
    Sin duda tocaría un kamishibai para utilizarlo como buen recurso en mi clase de primaria. Creo que es una nueva manera de experimentar los cuentos, no solo por parte de la maestra pero para animar al alumnado a contarlos tambien.
  • Laura Caballero Muñoz

    Laura Caballero Muñoz 29/09/2017

    Claro que lo tocaria!!! Solo por ver la cara de alucine de mi pequeño al escuchar y ver esta magnifica y original forma de contar historias.
  • Sandra Isoldi

    Sandra Isoldi 29/09/2017

    No hay nada más maravilloso que regalar tiempo a los tuyos, y kamishibai es compartir historias compartir tiempo imaginación.... Me veo con mis niñas contando cuentos y llevándolo a sus fiestas de cumpleaños para contagiar a todos sus amigos de la magia que tiene un momento kamishibai. Creo que si lo tocaría, ¿no??
  • Naty Bellido

    Naty Bellido 29/09/2017

    Infectados!!! Jajjaja
    Mi razón para tocar el Kamishibai y disfrutarlo es sencilla, porque es autentica mágia y es la oportunidad de tocar y disfrutar la magia!
    Hay que disfrutar de la experiencia única de tocar y sentir un kamishibai!!! seas como seas, tengas la edad que tenga!!!
  • Susana Fernandez ruiz

    Susana Fernandez ruiz 29/09/2017

    Creo que me he dado todas las excusas del mundo mundial, a ver si lo hago yo misma, igual no me hacen ni caso, igual se muere del asco en un armario... todos los años voy a contar cuentos a coles, y uso álbumes ilustrados, a los niños les encanta como los cuento pero tengo la espinita clavada.. siempre que tengo que ir a contar los cuentos miro y remiro el kamishibai, y siempre encuentro una excusa para no comprarlo, todos los años lo miro... Sé que a los niños del cole les encantaría..
  • Sabino Aranzabal Garcia

    Sabino Aranzabal Garcia 29/09/2017

    Es un espectaculo para toda la familia.
  • Laura Fernández Martín

    Laura Fernández Martín 29/09/2017

    No sólo lo tocaría, si no que primero los usaría en casa para practicar con mi peque y cuando lo tuviera dominado lo llevaría al cole para mis alumnos!!Doble aprovechamiento!!


    Me encanta!!! Es una preciosidad... y los niños prestan mucha atención al cuento y a toda la teatralización que le rodea. Lo he usado una sóla vez, pero con muchas ganas de sacarle más partido..... Sería estupendo tener el pack de iniciación al Kamishibai familiar. Gracias
  • Patricia Santos

    Patricia Santos 28/09/2017

    Madre mia! Con las ganas que tengo yo de tener uno! Para casa con mis hijas y para usarlo en el cole con mis alumnos!!!! Alucinarían!!
    Como decís, todo son excusas y vivimos en una época donde nos sentimos muy egoístas, pero yo quiero hacer actividades de calidad con mis hijas y mis alumnos. Gracias!
  • Isabel Blanco Selas

    Isabel Blanco Selas 28/09/2017

    Excusas y nada más que excusas!!!
    Quien pone excusas no sabe lo que se está perdiendo.
    En la biblioteca en la que trabajo hace años que lo utilizamos, jugamos, inventamos, contamos, creamos nuestras propias historias... hasta cantamos con el Kamishibai.
    Los niños/as viven una experiencia inolvidable creando sus propias laminas.
    Gracias por este estupendo recurso que me ayuda a acercar la lectura a los pequeños usarios .
  • Manuel Peña Hermosa

    Manuel Peña Hermosa 28/09/2017

    Creo que yo estaría en el grupo de excusas 3, ¿conseguiré que al contarlo los peques lo disfruten? Me gustaría lanzarme, y sé que lo haré más tarde o más temprano, porque realizo talleres con niños. Ya disfrutan muchos de los cuentos y esto nos ayudará a crear nuestras propias historias, a imaginar y a divertirnos!
  • Aleja Fernández Gandarillas

    Aleja Fernández Gandarillas 28/09/2017

    Encantada estoy de tocar mi kamishibai A3 cada vez que puedo y mis niñas lo adoran .me encantaría poder disfrutar del formato familiar.Gracias
  • Alejandro Ahumada Avila

    Alejandro Ahumada Avila 28/09/2017

    No solo lo tocaría, si no que ya lo he hecho... y construyendo yo mismo mi butai. Que todavía no se ha roto y me ha creado un vínculo que se extiende cada vez que compro un cuento en Sieteleguas. No hay manera de describir lo que veo en los ojos de las niñas y niños cada vez que abro el teatro y las láminas empiezan a pasar mientras leo o cuento la historia, casi casi inventandandomela en el momento. Solo por eso creo altamente recomendable el dar el paso y tocar bien tocado un kamishibai. Es una experiencia inolvidable.
  • Rut Garcia

    Rut Garcia 28/09/2017

    Genial la manera de desmontar excusas baratas!!!
    Yo sí tocaría un kamishibai, porque es emocionante ver cómo los niños disfrutan escuchando y viendo de una manera tan original cuentos e historias con valores y significado, tan necesarios en nuestros días. Gracias por darnos esta herramienta para acercarnos a ellos.

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