A Science-Story Journey

45 minutes long event for children

When I was a little girl, I was curious like most children. Whenever I came across something I didn’t understand, I would ask ‘’Why?’’ or ‘’How?’’. I grew up, became a scientist, and while I was experimenting in the laboratory, I continued to ask ‘’Why?’’ or ‘’How?’’. Then I became a storyteller. While I was trying to grasp the stories, I again asked “Why?” or ‘’How?’’. 


As the famous scientist Albert Einstein once said, 

“The important thing is not to stop questioning. 

Curiosity has its own reason for existing.’’


In this interactive storytelling event, I tell pourquoi stories from different cultures of the world. These stories involve ‘’Why?’’ and ‘’How?’’ questions such as ‘’Why do the moon and the sun live in the sky?’’, ‘’How was the earth formed?’’ or  ‘’Why do turtles walk very slowly?’’, ‘’How did the birds get their colors?’’. Then I explain the scientific facts related to each question. 

What to Expect

  • Children will learn science through stories and have fun.
  • Active listening, imagination and interpretation skills of children will be improved.
  • Children will be encouraged to have a creative perception for science. 
  • A balanced brain development of children will be enabled by activating their left and right brain lobes through both analytical and imaginative thinking.

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