This follow-up to Felicity Williams’ previous ECE drama book contains ten splendid drama games, each with its own song on the accompanying CD.
This book and CD is a follow-up to Felicity Williams’ previous ECE drama book – Who is Hiding Under the Bridge and are you afraid to Look? It contains ten splendid drama games, each with its own song on the accompanying CD. The games are designed to be fun for students and easily implemented by any teacher in an ECE (Early Childhood Education) setting, regardless of their previous experience with drama and music. Children will be given the opportunity to:
Are You Invited To Ms Ladybird’s Afternoon Tea Party? provides a wealth of creative learning opportunities that young children will engage with in imaginative, active ways.
Recommended ages: 4-6
Early Years, 5-8 Years
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These enchanting 15-minute drama games allow children and teachers to visit and explore imaginary worlds, while at the same time providing robust and energetic physical activities as a complement to the existing academic classroom programme.
This programme for building literacy skills is a ‘What – Why – How’ resource to encourage and develop a love for oral language for stories and games for young children.
Using simple theory-based information, Creating Wonder celebrates the use of natural and recycled materials to support children as they experience wonder from the creative play and learning opportunities that develop from using these materials.
This children’s book is a story of bravery and of believing in who you are – Darcy the Brave shows that sometimes to show the greatest courage you need to forget about battling dragons and monsters and face the fears that no one else can see.
Written by playwright, Susan Battye, the Dramatic Shorts: An Anthology of Plays series focuses on a collection of short stage plays that can be easily staged in a school or drama club setting. This progressive series is packed with activities that will encourage teenage students of English and Drama to read, present and respond to plays
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This resource is designed to assist practitioners to establish a workable programme for children from birth to 2 years.
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