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Vocal Character Responses Activity

Vocal Character Responses Activity Participants will enjoy stepping into different roles to act out in-character responses to common phrases.  They will exercise their imaginations and demonstrate with the use of their body, mind and voice (primary drama tools).  The skill here is in b ...

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Emotional Responses Activity

Emotional Responses Activity Using a list of emotions with some examples provided, participants will demonstrate these emotions with the use of their body and mind (primary drama tools).  Of course, the emotions chosen should be appropriate for their age group.  There is also an opportu ...

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The Tiny Seed Lesson

The Tiny Seed Lesson Objective: students learn about problem solving – what do plants need to grow? Building off the previous Carrot Seed lesson, this one continues the theme working with real life plants and gardens.  This lesson uses the book “The Tiny Seed” by Eric Carle: find a ...

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King Bidgood Lesson

King Bidgood Lesson Objective: students will learn how to identify and solve dramatic problems. All children take a bath and, at some point, they refuse to get out of the water as they have so much fun.  Many can identify with this lesson’s book by Audrey Wood of “King Bidgood’s in ...

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Caps for Sale Lesson

Caps for Sale Lesson Objective: students will learn how to identify and solve dramatic problems. Building on the previous lessons, the students will enjoy acting out the included story of Caps for Sale.  They will interactively learn how to solve problems by wit and not by anger (part of ...

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Henny Penny Lesson

Henny Penny Lesson Objective:  students will learn how to identify and solve dramatic problems. Using the familiar children’s fable of Henny Penny, students will take on different animal roles and interactively discuss the conflicts in the story.  Interactively, they will suggest solut ...

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Three Billy Goats Gruff Lesson

Three Billy Goats Gruff Lesson Objective: students will learn to identify and imitate the four basic emotions: happy, sad, mad, and scared. Continuing the work from the previous Emotions Lesson in the Kindergarten series, the Three Billy Goats Gruff uses a familiar fairy tale to give the s ...

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Emotions Lesson

Emotions Lesson Objective: students imitate the actions and emotions of a character through movement. Building on the previous Morning Lesson, students continue practicing using the three tools (body, mind, voice) in drama.  For this lesson, they will practice expression of the basic emot ...

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I Woke Up This Morning Lesson

I Woke Up This Morning Lesson Objective: students imitate the actions and emotions of a character through movement. Students will practice imitation using the actions of a most familiar character—themselves!   They will use different types of movement to communicate their morning routi ...

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The Caveman Lesson

The Caveman Lesson Objective: students practice concentration while working with other actors using positive non-distracting behaviors. Building on the previous Mirror lesson, students continue working with partners and practicing audience behaviors (part of the kindergarten objectives).  ...

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Mirror Lesson

Mirror Lesson Objective: students practice concentration and observation while working with other actors using positive non-distracting behaviors. Students have fun following the movements of a partner in this very traditional exercise called "The Mirror" [basic instruction included as par ...

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The Dragon Hunt Lesson

The Dragon Hunt Lesson Objective: students add concentration to their use of imagination with the five senses. What child doesn’t dream of searching for dragons?  Building on the previous Magic Carpet lesson, you will guide the children in their hunt as they use their imagination and th ...

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The Magic Carpet Lesson

The Magic Carpet Lesson Objective: students use their imagination and experiment with the five senses to take a magic carpet ride. Young children revel in using their senses to explore the world around them.  This lesson gives them the opportunity to use their imagination and the five sen ...

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Intro to the Five Senses Lesson

Intro to the Five Senses Lesson Objective: students demonstrate imagination and experiment with the five senses. Sometimes actors need to convey certain sensory elements (seeing, tasting, hearing, etc).  This lesson gives students practice in using and expressing their five senses while i ...

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The Elves & the Shoemaker Lesson

The Elves & the Shoemaker Lesson Objective: students demonstrate concentration, listening, and imitation skills. Building on the previous lessons in the Kindergarten series, students begin working with listening and imitation skills (part of the kindergarten objectives).  We adapted t ...

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