ISBN: 9781869686444

ECE Drama: Are You Invited To Ms. Ladybird’s Afternoon Tea Party?


This follow-up to Felicity Williams’ previous ECE drama book contains ten splendid drama games, each with its own song on the accompanying CD.

ISBN: 9781869686444
Author(s) : Felicity Williams
SKU: 9781869686444


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:

  • Move / dance
  • Sing and chant
  • Use hand-held percussion instruments and simple props
  • Role-play
  • Make posters
  • Create murals
  • Write stories
  • Use their imagination …and more

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

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A4 Photocopiable Teacher Resource Book – 72 Pages


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