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Let’s Start at the Very Beginning, a Very Good Place to Start (with Drama!)

No matter the age range, I almost always begin the semester (or year or session) with our Book, Stick, Chair, Person lesson.  It sets my management expectations, introduces vocabulary, and has them seated in a circle, so everyone can see each individual as they respond.  It also ...

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Poetry for Drama

Poetry and Drama: Combining Art Forms As an alternative to stories, we also offer this original collection of poems. This colorful and humorous collection includes topics that vary from animal adventures to anti-bullying to the frustrations of family. These poems provide rich opportunities ...

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Zip Zap Zop Activity

Zip Zap Zop Activity In this classic drama game, participants send energy around the circle while working on concentration, listening, and teamwork. Challenge your students to see how fast they can get! ...

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Yes, No, and Fruit Salad Activity

Yes, No, and Fruit Salad Activity In this lively game, participants attempt to change spots in a circle without getting stuck in the center! This is an excellent activity for practicing concentration and listening skills.   ...

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Yes It Is! Activity

Yes It Is! Activity Participants transform everyday objects into new objects. This fast-paced relay will encourage your students to build imagination and imitation skills!  Yes It Is! Journal Grade 6 and Up To maximize student achievement, download this drama journal for students to use a ...

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Working with Props II Activity

Working with Props II Activity Following on Working with Props I, participants will work in small groups to create scenes with props. You will need at least one paper bag and three objects for each group.  ...

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Working with Props I Activity

Working with Props I Activity In pairs, students use a prop to inspire a scene. This activity encourages the essential drama skills of planning and practicing. You will need at least one small object per group of students.  ...

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Working with Costumes Activity

Working with Costumes Activity In this fun and adaptable activity, participants use costume pieces to create characters and scenes. You will need a box of costumes to spark your students' imaginations! ...

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Who’s Got My Song? Activity

Who's Got My Song? Activity When you need to put your students in pairs, try this fun and musical activity! Using voice, concentration, and listening, students will mingle to find their partner. ...

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“Who Am I?” Charades Activity

"Who Am I?" Charades Activity In this advanced charades activity, participants use voice and action to communicate a character and situation. You will need index cards to display the silly scenarios. Some ideas are included in the activity description!  ...

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Walking Activity

Walking Activity Participants, working on concentration and imitation, imagine walking on different substances. This activity is useful for integration with physical education and dance.  ...

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Walking Through Space Activity

Walking Through Space Activity This exercise will engage your students' bodies and imaginations! As participants walk around the room, they will explore how different body parts and different environments affect their movements.  ...

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Vampire Activity

Vampire Activity This activity is a useful and silly way for participants to learn each other's names in early sessions. Students will work on concentration and listening while having a lot of fun! ...

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Tug of War Activity

Tug of War Activity This is just like tug of war in real life, but without a rope! Participants will practice action/reaction, concentration, imitation, and collaboration while having a lot of imaginary fun! ...

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The Adverb Game

The Adverb Game This activity is perfect for students studying adverbs in a language arts class. Participants will explore how different adverbs affect the movement qualities of a variety of actions.    ...

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Team Juggling Activity

Team Juggling Activity Participants must use concentration, teamwork, and listening to keep a set of balls in the air! You will need at least ten balls, beanbags, or socks. Team Juggling Journal Grade 6  To maximize student achievement, download this drama journal for students to use as r ...

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