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!

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.  

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 as reflection or formative assessment. For this activity, we have created … Read more

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!

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 reflection or formative assessment. For this activity, we … Read more

Team Chairs Activity

Team Chairs Activity This game is just like musical chairs, but there’s one big difference: No one gets out! Instead, the team must work together to keep everyone in the dwindling number of chairs.  

Tap Tap Activity

Tap Tap Activity In this fun and competitive game, participants try to escape the center of a circle. You will need a roll of paper, and each student will need a chair. 

Statues Speak Activity

Statues Speak Activity In this advanced statue making activity, participants create and revise statues based on a prompt. In addition, statues have the chance to speak! Students will learn how physical and aesthetic choices can communicate ideas.   

Sound Catch: Advanced #2 Activity

Sound Catch: Advanced #2 Activity Building on Sound Catch and Sound Catch: Advanced #1, participants add gestures and facial expressions to their sounds as they continue to deepen their characterizations.

Sound Catch: Advanced #1 Activity

Sound Catch: Advanced #1 Activity Building on Sound Catch, participants transform sounds into conversation as they role play characters. They will explore how voice can reveal emotion and subtext.   Then you can move on to Sound Catch Advanced activity #2.