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Created for the classroom teacher and easy to produce!
This delightful fifteen minute play whose themes are winter, generosity and courage is suitable upper elementary gifted or middle school students whether studying culture of Slavic countries and/or Europe in a social studies or a drama class. Based on a beloved Bulgarian folk tale by the same name, students will have an opportunity to:
explore folk tales of the Bulgarian culture
dramatize a folk tale with song (Optional)
and use their imaginations to express emotion through movement
Integrate with your vocal music teacher and present the play together!
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This play would be great for the end of the first semester or prior to spring break.
Comprehensive? You bet! This is a guaranteed successful teaching and learning experience created by an award winning, veteran drama teacher of thirty-eight years.
Need another play? Check out: Oji-San and the Grateful Statues at: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/OJI-SAN-AND-THE-GRATEFUL-STATUES-TEN-MINUTE-PLAY-WITH-MUSIC-3592728
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