Have you ever wanted to set up a story walk but wasn't sure how?

Path for Pages makes it easy!  Simply download the 11 x 17 pages, laminate and set up on display or wooden stakes.  The Path for Pages (also known as a Story Walk) are set up within a school yard or a park, allowing children and parents to read the story as they stroll.  Stories may include literacy tips, movement cues and activities allowing children to be active throughout the story.  They are a fun way to combine reading and the great outdoors.  Path for Pages can be also used inside to lead children and parents throughout a building.  There are many fun ways to incorporate a Path for Pages story.

Background on Story Walks: In 2007, Anne Fergueson, who pioneered story walks in her state, trademarked the name Storywalk® and popularized the idea of utilizing children’s books along display stands in parks. Today, story walks, also known as Story Strolls in some regions, can be found worldwide, from the United States to Australia.