This lesson is on teaching students to pantomime situations, characters, and stories. It gives you step-by-step directions to get your students instantly acting out performances. Written in outline form it is divided into the main sections of: 1) Pantomiming Using Inanimate Objects, 2) Pantomime Being Inanimate Objects, 3) Pantomiming Being Different Characters, 4) Enacting Stories with Different Characters 5) Evaluation Criteria for Pantomime Performances. For a game activity, you get 2 additional pages of Pantomime Sentence Cards that you cut along the dotted lines to separate. Then students pull them out of a hat or other container to have others guess what they are performing. Besides providing Easy-To-Use Procedures, this lesson gives Narrations to Guide Pantomiming, 35 Ideas of What to Pantomime, Behavioral Objectives, Definition of Pantomime, Instructional Focus, Feedback Questions, and Variation for Use with Cooperative Learning Groups. The lesson can be used multiple times and is super easy to implement. It can be used in most grade levels of regular or special education. It works very well in English, Drama, Speech Therapy, or Communication Classes! This lesson provides fun activities for those off-beat days; such as the 1st day of school, day before a vacation break, last day of school, class party, or as a chance for children to move around between test sections on those long testing days. You might want to use this along with my other TPT product, Pantomime Game.