The E-storytelling Project
Virtual Storytelling with The Storytelling Project
Asia Society Philippines together with its partner, The Storytelling Project, makes storytelling more convenient for you and your children! We provide a virtual educational content in our Facebook page by giving you e-storytelling videos of Filipino children's books read by The Storytelling Project's founder, Kuya Rey!
The Storytelling Project aims to spark hope, inspiration and imagination through storytelling; to make reading an enjoyable experience for children; to start a reading habit; and to instill the love of reading and learning in all our TSP kids. We’ve tirelessly crossed rivers and excitedly conquered mountains to reach remote communities – to bring our own brand of happy learning.
Asia Society Philippine Foundation, Inc. aims to strengthen relationships, deepen understanding and bridge differences across the Philippines, Asia and the United States. We develop cross-sector programs that bring together peoples, leaders and institutions to promote understanding of Asia, across the fields of business and policy, leadership, education and arts and culture.
Ma-Me-Mi-Mumu! by Jomike Tejido | Halloween Special
Sophia is afraid of the dark. Especially of the monsters and creatures she may see. But her Grandfather said she shouldn’t be afraid of them and should instead be fond of them!
Do you know why? Let’s listen to Sophia and her Grandfather’s story together.
Asia Society Philippines and The Storytelling Project presents a new e-storytelling: “Ma-Me-Mi-Mumu!” written and illustrated by Jomike Tejido, published by Tahanan Publishing House, and narrated by Ma’am C!
A Cake Reaching to the Sky by Norico Chua | Grandparent's Day
A little boy loses his grandma and everyone tells him she is now up in the sky. They both loved cakes so he builds a ladder of sweet treats to try and reach her. A beautiful story of life, love, loss and cake.
Parents and educators will welcome this touching invitation to talk to children about the reality of loss and the endurance of love.
Celebrate Grandparents’ Day with us and watch Teacher Jen tell a story by Norico Chua, “A Cake Reaching to the Sky". This wonderful book was brought to you by Ilaw ng Tahanan Publishing House.
May Alaga Akong Bakulaw by Becky Bravo | Buwan ng Wika
Iba't-ibang nilalang ang nakikilala ni Lilit sa bakuran nila. May diwata, may kunehong kulay rosas, at may lumilipad na kabayo. Pero pinakaespesyal sa lahat, ang alaga niyang bakulaw.
Halina't kilalanin natin ang bakulaw at alamin ang dahilan kung bakit siya ang pinaka-espesyal na naging alaga ni Lilit.
Handog ng Asia Society Philippines at ng The Storytelling Project ngayong Agosto o Buwan ng Wika ang "May Alaga Akong Bakulaw", isang e-storytelling na magtuturo sa atin ng importansya ng wika at komunikasyon lalo na ngayong panahon ng pandemiya.
Sama-sama nating tuparin ang tema ng Buwan ng Wika na "Wika ng Kasaysayan, Kasaysayan ng Wika" Ang mga Katutubong Wika sa Maka-Filipinong Bayanihan Kontra Pandemya -- sa halaga ng Filipino at mga katutubong wika sa bansa bilang mabisang sandata sa pakikidigma laban sa pandemya.
Si Joey at ang Gulay Gang by Beng Alba | Nutrition's Month
Si Joey ay hindi mahilig sa gulay. Dahil sa tingin niya ay hindi ito kasing sarap ng mga tsokolate o ng mga tsitserya niya. May kakilala ka bang katulad ni Joey?
Halina at panuorin ang storya ni Joey at kung anong aral ang ibabahagi ng Gulay Gang sakanya patungkol sa tamang pag kain!
Handog ng Asia Society Philippines at ng The Storytelling Project ngayong buwan ng Hulyo o Nutrition Month ang “Si Joey at ang Gulay Gang”, isang e-storytelling na magtuturo sa atin ng importansya ng pagkain ng mga prutas at gulay para sa masiglang pangangatawan.
Sama-sama nating tuparin ang ating temang pangkalusugan: “Batong Pinoy SANA TALL… Iwas stunting, SAMA ALL!” at sama-sama rin tayo sa pag-iwas sa COVID-19.