Costume Design Grades 3 to 5 | Fairy Tale Stories
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Save 20%!! Now our elementary students can study costume design, too! Here are lessons for: Red Riding Hood, Cinderella, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs and Goldilocks and the Three Bears. Also, I included my readers theater version of The Brave Little Tailor--just for fun! Students will come away with an appreciation of costume design and learn something new along the way. Suitable for students in grades 3 to 5 the product usually lasts for two days. Keep checking back, because this is a growing bundle!
This lesson was created specifically for them.
This produce includes:
- Teacher's Letter
- Warm Up Game
- The History of Costume Design
- The Rationale for Teaching Costume Design
- Costumes Notes for Students
- Materials List
- Sources & Video Link List
- Costume Design Assignment
- (1-4) Costume Design Templates-- Male Adult, Female Adult, Male Child and Female Child (Depending the needs of the story)
Two posters--A poster of all the Tony award winning musicals and another of the plays. Great for a bulletin board display!
Bonus Lesson: The Brave Little Tailor (a $4.00 value for free!)
Comprehensive? You bet.
Created by an award-winning veteran drama teacher of thirty-eight years. Enjoy!
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