Drama for kids
Karen Blackstone DuBois
Free Drama Game-Name and Action
FREE DRAMA GAME~ Name and Action~ This is a classic theatre game used for name memorization! Have students stand in a circle. One at a time, each student states his name and makes an action that reflects his personality. In unison, the rest of the class r
Character Cards-Great to Use with Your Drama Students
For ages 5 and up All drama teachers must regularly ask students to play various characters in drama games, activities or improv work. Here is a collection of 48 unique characters that are set up on cards that can be printed and laminated for classroom u
Acting Scripts for Practice-Short Scenes for Kids and Teens
Young actors often focus on line delivery rather than listening to their scene partner. Here are ten original one-page scripts designed to help your older students learn to focus on their fellow actor and practice using natural-sounding dialogue.
Childhood is a time of unexcelled wonder and imagination. These 60 monologues by children's playwright L.E. McCullough focus on the magical moments of delight and discovery that make being a kid one of the best things anyone ever does. This collection of 60 one-minute monologues contains fun and imaginative monologues for children.
The characters in this book were created to showcase your talent and let your personality shine. They think like you, talk like you, and care about the things that you do. Inside you will find 71 monologues, one-minute and under, that will make any audience sit up and listen, laugh, cry, or even cheer. Your performance is sure to be real, original, and unforgettable. And because the monologues are short, they're perfect for auditions and easy to memorize. Ages 4-12.