Sally and Erika's Storytelling Programs for Young Children

About Sally

Sally

Sally Jaeger began storytelling in kindergarten with a riddle and has shared stories, rhymes and songs ever since. Moving to Toronto, Ontario from Wisconsin in 1972, Sally pursued storytelling at The Storytellers School of Toronto.

Sally created Mr. Bear Says Hello in 1981 and has developed an effective method of training parents and caregivers to use rhymes, songs and stories as powerful tools for establishing strong physical and emotional connections with their children from birth to 3 years.

Sally is a member of Storytelling Toronto, SC-CC, Mariposa in the Schools, The Osborne and Lillian H. Smith Collection and a founding member of Storytellers for Children.

Testimonials

..... "I'm sure you'd be happy to know that the only way I am able to change Leah now is by saying "Jeramiah blow the fire". She wiggles and rolls and tries to fling herself off the change table. When she hears the first few words of Jeramiah, she stops and anticipates me blowing in her face"              
Mom and 8.5 month old.

June 16, 2010

Storytelling Programs for Young Children

When you talk, sing and play together you are nurturing your child's listening skills and fostering a love of language.

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About Erika

ErikaErika Webster, trained in the Sally Jaeger method of storytelling for babies and toddlers, teaches parents and caregivers essential skills for bringing stories, rhymes and songs into everyday life. These skills build a strong connection and nurture early literacy and language development.

The daughter of Toronto storyteller Sally Jaeger and David Jaeger, composer and former CBC radio producer, Erika grew up in a musical and storytelling family.  Erika attended the Storytellers School of Toronto before she was born!

Erika joined Sally as a storyteller and teacher in 2001.

Erika is a member of Mariposa in The Schools and an executive member of Storytellers for Children.

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