Teaching drama in the classroom & some ideas for props and activities to encourage dramatic play for children.
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One of the main aims of teaching drama to children is to stimulate their creativity and imagination. Usually, the product of this is sculpted into some type of performance, whether it be role-play, movement to music or a playscript. But the imaginative skills brought out by drama can also be used in other curriculum areas. Creative writing is one of these. Do you want your students to develop interesting characters and plots and expand their vocabularies?