Drama Games for Young Children

By Katherine Zachest

Drama Games for Young Children
 
Paperback, 352 pages Online Price:
£8.79
ISBN: 9781848425613
Format: 216mm x 110mm
Imprint: Nick Hern Books
Published: 29th September 2016
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Category: Acting, Directing

Series: Drama Games


Downloadable extract: Drama_Games_for_Young_Children_extract.pdf
Downloadable file: TemplateLessonPlan.pdf

From the bestselling Drama Games series, this dip-in, flick-through, quick-fire resource book – packed with over 200 individual games – is perfect for teachers, playgroup leaders and drama facilitators who want to inspire and entertain children, aged 3 and up, with vibrant and engaging drama experiences.

The book includes 40 complete and easy-to-follow lesson plans that can be implemented with little prior preparation – all appropriate for exploring the curriculum or running extra-curricular workshops.

The action-packed sessions will transport you and your group to enchanted forests, pirate ships, bustling farmyards or the bottom of the sea, via magic-carpet rides or a journey through outer space. They incorporate vocal exercises, mime and movement, nursery rhymes and fairytales, character development, costumes, songs and music, puppetry, art and text work. Also included is advice on preparing sessions, and a template lesson plan (which can also be downloaded from this page).

The most comprehensive and practical drama resource ever published for anyone working with young children (including parents!), the book offers material that will engage any child, from the most reticent to the supremely confident. It is an ideal way to explore and encourage skills of creativity, self-expression, tolerance, mutual respect, problem-solving and communication, in a safe, non-threatening environment.

'Tapping into a child’s ability to play is the way to educate our children and inspire them to learn. Katherine Zachest understands this and her book is a fantastic tool with which to do it.' Sally Cookson, from her Foreword

Katherine Zachest has extensive experience in drama education, having taught from pre-school through to further education. She currently works as an arts specialist in Early Childhood Education and for Deakin University, Melbourne.


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