I’m Going On a Journey-
The students will enjoy watching and participating in the creative action story about the crazy list of activities that must be done before going on a journey.
Your students will love this drama activity!
Let me share my years of experience and my wealth of knowledge in the successful exploration of adding DRAMA to your class curriculum!
Many teachers shy away from using drama games in their classrooms because the drama resources do not give a step by step guide in order to successfully teach the activity! In this game, students will catch on quickly and can take turns being part of the acting group
The students create interesting actions using pantomime with their voices.
The activity includes:
• Complete activity instruction
• List of activity suggestions
“Greetings From Marrs” activities are:
• created by a veteran drama teacher
• easy to follow step-by-step instruction
• everything you will need to be able to teach exciting and valuable drama games to your students
• student favorite drama activities
• lesson plans that focus on the important information to successfully teach the activity
Students love to learn by doing!! This movement activity can be used with a specific topic, if you have a subject on which you would like to focus.
Actively engage your students while reinforcing the topic your students are studying.
This super-fun drama activity supports the National Core Arts Standards.
Teachers who incorporate the arts, especially theatre, operate in an active “hands-on” and “minds-on” capacity. And, their students love it!
Any teacher, who has seen a student become excited, energized and confident through artistic exploration has seen first-hand how arts education engages children and contributes to their overall development.
“Going On a Journey” offers everything needed to provide an interesting, innovative, step-by-step lesson plan so that any teacher can confidently incorporate DRAMA into the classroom learning.
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