The Tweeting Galah Story Stones

How it all came about

I came across story stones when I was scrolling through Pinterest. I love how cute they look, and how tangible they make re-telling stories. So I decided to have a go myself! My first attempt (pictured below) was four stones that represent each of the main characters from The Tweeting Galah. I love how they’ve turned out, and can’t wait to add more to my collection – extra side characters and key props from each story so students can re-enact the entire story themselves.

Making the Stones

The stones were relatively easy, and super fun to make.

What was needed:

  • Smooth white stones (I purchased a small bag from Bunnings)
  • Colourful paint
  • Mod Podge
  • Cardboard
  • Feathers
  • Googly eyes
  • Felt

It was simply a matter of painting the stones and then painting over the dried paint with mod podge to give it a smooth, shiny finished look. I used my trusty hot glue gun to attach the googly eyes and then had some fun decorating each stone to look more like each character.

Too easy! 


About Kim Maslin

Kim is a passionate educator empowering others to feel confident using technology. She has spent the last 10 years teaching students aged 5 to 85! Kim is the author of The Tweeting Galah cybersafety series.

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