Lenka Pavlasova

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Full Class Halloween Elementary Drama Club Play Readers Theater "It Was a Dark and Stormy Night"

Full Class Halloween Elementary Drama Club Play Readers' Theater "It Was a Dark and Stormy Night"

This drama lesson encourages children to be creative as they design costumes using recycled materials. In this case, the theme is water.

This drama lesson encourages children to be creative as they design costumes using recycled materials. NEAR HALLOWEEN TIME?

FREE DAILY DRAMA GAME ~Treasured Items Monologues~ Ask students to write a one-minute monologue inspired by an item they’ve had since childhood. Give parameters such as length of the piece in pages or minutes, number of characters, specific location, etc. Ask students to embellish their monologue by adding conflict, tension, interesting characters and a dramatic ending that leaves one or more characters transformed.

FREE DAILY DRAMA GAME ~Treasured Items Monologues~ Ask students to write a one-minute monologue inspired by an item they’ve had since childhood. Give parameters such as length of the piece in pages or minutes, number of characters, specific location, etc. Ask students to embellish their monologue by adding conflict, tension, interesting characters and a dramatic ending that leaves one or more characters transformed.

FREE DAILY DRAMA GAME ~The Annoying Game~ One person onstage, waiting for the bus. Along comes another person who is doing something extremely annoying (student's choice). The person waiting for the bus must then invent a ridiculous excuse to leave. Play until all actors have had a chance to play both roles.

FREE DAILY DRAMA GAME ~Loud, Louder, Loudest~ Invite students to take the stage three at a time. The next person must say it a little louder, and the third must utter the phrase the loudest!

FREE with Drama Notebook membership! Here's a packet of graphically designed character worksheets to suit all ability levels, from young children to advanced students. Includes: Character worksheet for younger students Character worksheets for intermediate students Character workheets for advanced students Fictional background prompts worksheet Character objectives and tactics worksheet Register at www.dramanotebook.com and find the worksheet packet in the Beginning Acting section.

12 pages of graphically designed character worksheets for a wide-range of ages/abilities!

Telling fairy tales with a storytelling basket. With younger kids. Or maybe to help the older ones develop scenes

Fairy Tale Storytelling Basket - The Imagination Tree. Create a story basket full of storytelling props to retell favorite fairy tales together in a playful way! So easy to set up and beneficial for so many strands of early literacy development.

FREE with a Drama Notebook membership! Six pages of printable headlines to inspire monologues, skits, writing assignments, or even a show! Includes instructions. 125 well-organized headlines such as "Talking Toy Scares Away Burglar." Get it free with a membership--in the Print and Play section of Drama Notebook!

Students have a blast creating monologues, short plays or even a news-broadcast show using the headlines in this lesson. Six pages of fictitious headlines!