Summer Drama for Family Fun
Do your kids have extra free time this summer? I hope so! Here are lots of ideas to get their creative juices going. Time to act up!
from Drama Notebook
Activities for warm-ups, ensemble building, focus and listening, imagination/creativity, movement, and characterization. Lots here!
from Kid Activities
There are games, dramas, and activities
from Homeschooling from A to Z
This site has a ton of resources: lots of scripts (from elementary to high school), drama activities, production tips, and even how to make fake blood!
from Beat by Beat Press
Games are broken down by category: Warm-up, Ensemble Building, Focus, Improv, and more. There are lots of ideas here!
from Stage Milk
Games are broken into categories: Getting to Know a New Group, Focus Games, Improvisation Games, Physical Exercises, Super Fun Games, and Simple Goodies. Practical tips are also included.
from Dr. Young’s Reading Room
This site has a bunch of scripts. There’s a large variety in the stories: fables, retelling of kids’ books, fairy tales. Lots of the scripts are for just a few actors.
from Margie Palatini
I’m a big fan of Margie Palatini’s books (The Web Files, Piggie Pie…) and so was delighted to find her site has Reader’s Theater scripts.
I hope the creative juices really fly!