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A PRACTICAL RESOURCE SITE

FOR SCHOOL TEACHERS, PARENTS AND KIDS DRAMA GROUPS

 

DRAMA IN THE CLASSROOM Teacher resources

Whether you are a new teacher needing help with drama lessons; an experienced teacher searching for practical drama activities and ideas to add to your acting toolbox; you run kids acting classes; or you’re a parent with a child who likes drama, this site is for you.

Teaching Kids Drama Stuff focuses on easy activities and drama games. It offers plenty of practical resources intended to go straight from the web page to the classroom, cutting down your preparation and stress time.

 

TOP 50 DRAMA GAMES UNPACKED

Drama lesson Plans

This site is based on ways to make drama work in your class room.

There are some excellent books devoted to drama games which provide a good outline of the games, and advice on how to play but often only offer a couple of examples. (Some are listed on the Resources page.)

Teachers of drama are usually faced with over 20 students at a time who all want to have a turn. Here we provide lists of examples, popular ideas and added resources.

We “unpack” the games making them readily accessible for all.

If you want more improvisation and acting activities, this drama resource kit for 50 of the most popular drama games is a must.

It allows the teacher to confidently enjoy instructing and using each activity… with minimal preparation!

This teacher resource is aimed at a Primary School age level, but can easily be adapted.

Check out the Top 50 Games List page to see which popular drama games are explored and place an order for your copy of Top 50 Drama Games Unpacked.

WHY DRAMA GAMES?

teaching drama Drama games are a very popular and successful way to teach drama. They engage students of all ages, and can be adapted to any level of ability. The games are a fun way of developing acting skills, creative thinking and confidence, as well as teaching about the various elements of drama. Best of all, students seem to love watching and performing them.

The kit also explores creative fun activities such as drama make up and face painting; creating crazy costumes; making your own sound effects; sock puppets and finding music to set the mood.

The following pages look at few of the games in the kit, take a look at how easy and fun drama teaching can be.

 

 

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