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Rooster’s Off to Save the World Lesson

Rooster's Off to Save the World Lesson At first glance, math and drama skills may seem like an unlikely pairing. However, in this playful lesson for grades K-2, students can practice addition and subtraction while honing their movement and animal transformation skills. Based on the beloved ...

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Poetry Through Vocal Expression

Poetry Through Vocal Expression Lesson How can we use our voices to express meaning and tell stories? This lesson delves into the wonders of poetry, and eases students from individual work to partner work to whole class performance. Designed for grades 3-12, this lesson is a fantastic way ...

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Classroom Strategies for Drama: Part 4

Hello friends of OneStopDRAMAShop, and welcome to our final installment of our Classroom Strategies for Drama series. This installment continues with five more strategies, each including a practical example from our lesson library. We hope you have found this blog series informative and he ...

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Henry’s Magic Hat – FREE Version

Henry's Magic Hat What are the essential building blocks of every story?  In this lesson, you will have the chance to lead students through a simple yet engaging tale about a child and his mysterious magic hat. This story is a wonderful way to teach students in grades K-2 about important ...

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Crossing the Road

Crossing the Road  This lesson for 6th grade students uses drama to demonstrate the different types of conflict.  You can download our poster with the 5 different types of conflict to post in your classroom.  This also focuses on contrasting story elements (who, what, why, when, where, ...

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Classroom Strategies for Drama: Part 3

Hello friends of OneStopDRAMAShop, and welcome back! In my last blog article, I introduced five more classroom strategies for drama, each linked to an applied example from our lesson library. This installment continues with six more strategies, each including a practical example. As always ...

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Five Approaches to Improvisation

Fifth Grade Vocabulary

Vocabulary for the Fifth Grade This PDF document contains definitions in student language for the vocabulary words listed in each lesson.  These classroom-tested definitions are used when introducing these concepts in the classroom.  Of course, many of the words here may have addition ...

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Sixth Grade Vocabulary

Vocabulary List for the Sixth Grade This PDF document contains definitions in student language for the vocabulary words listed in each lesson.  These classroom-tested definitions are used when introducing these concepts in the classroom.  Of course, many of the words here may have additi ...

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The Nutcracker 3: Original Pantomime to Nutcracker Music Lesson

The Nutcracker 3: Original Pantomime to Nutcracker Music Lesson How can we use music to inspire our storytelling? In this lesson, students in grades 3-6 will listen to a selection from The Nutcracker, and work in groups to come up with their own original dramas inspired by the music. Perfe ...

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The Nutcracker 2: Mouse and Toy Soldier Fight Lesson

The Nutcracker 2: Mouse and Toy Soldier Fight Lesson Capture students’ imaginations with this climactic battle scene! Designed for grades 3-6, this lesson provides an engaging way for students to learn about physical choices, collaboration, and conflict through creating a pantomime of th ...

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The Nutcracker 1: Brother and Sister Quarrel Lesson

The Nutcracker 1: Brother and Sister Quarrel Lesson Any student with siblings will have plenty of experience to draw on for this lesson! Based on the imaginative story of the Nutcracker, this lesson asks students to work in partners, creating a silent drama about a sibling quarrel. Emphasi ...

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