Pete Wells Sensory Stories Podcast
About This Show
Welcome to this brand new podcast which will delve into the wonderful world of Sensory Stories with your illegible host, Pete Wells!
Each episode, there will be chat, tips news and terrible jokes all about the wonderful world of sensory stories. Most importantly, each episode will feature a sensory story to share with your very special listeners. After the story, Pete will deconstruct each part of the story, explaining why and how certain props are used, the educational benefits of them and alternatives to use if necessary. Following the deconstruction, Pete will give ideas for further activities and experiences to enhance the story in your setting.
You can find files to supplement the story at https://thespecialstoryteller.wordpress.com/ .Read more »
Most Recent Episode
Episode 3 - The Amazing Adventures of Sweaty Pits McTavish
6 days ago
Episode 3 of the Pete Wells Sensory Stories Podcast This episode features an interview with very special maths Superhero Les Staves as well as the story of Sweaty Pits McTavish. Pete tells the story before breaking it down and discussing the use of props. He also gives a whole host of lesson ideas. Timings are as follows: 00:00 Introductory drivel 02:44 The Sense of Smell 15:44 Interview with Les Staves 41:52 Introduction to Sweaty Pits McTavish 43:54 The Amazing Adventures of Sweaty Pits McTavish 46:46 Sweaty Pits McTavish Deconstructed 01:03:58 Sweaty Pits McTavish Lesson Ideas 01:17:48 Outro (Thank heavens!) Please visit Les' Very Special Maths Facebook Page. You can subscribe to the podcast on iTunes on: https://itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/pete-wells-sensory-stories-podcast/id1399952899 You'll find it on stitcher at: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/pete-wells-sensory-stories-podcast Or listen online at: http://sensorystories.libsyn.com/ My website is www.sensorystoriespodcast.com As I said, I'd love some feedback (thanks to everyone who shared or got in touch after episode 1) so please whizz me an email if you have any suggestions or more ideas for lessons or content overall. Much love, Pete Wells.Read more »