Creative Dramatics Lesson| Costume Design for Little Red Riding Hood
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This drama lesson over costume design focuses on the story of Red Riding Hood. Easy prep, cue up the links and go! The students learn about the history of costume design, view video clips of costume designers and create their own costume designs. Suitable for students in grades 3 to 5 the product usually lasts for two days. Or with a bit of tweaking a teacher could assign this to distance learning students. #DistanceLearningTpT
This produce includes:
- Teacher's Letter
- Warm Up Game -- This is Not a Hanger (MY version)
- The History of Costume Design
- The Rationale for Teaching Costume Design
- Costumes Notes for Students
- Materials List
- Sources & Video Link List
- Costume Design Assignment
- (4) Costume Design Templates-- Male Adult, Female Adult, Male Child and Female Child
- and more!
Comprehensive? You bet.
Created by an award-winning veteran drama teacher of thirty-eight years. Enjoy!
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