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FREE DAILY DRAMA GAME ~Super Glue~ Put players in pairs and line them up at one end of the room. Announce that they will be ‘super-gluing’ themselves together at a specific point (such as: elbows; wrists; toes; shoulders; noses; etc.) and that they must move together to the opposite side of the room without losing contact of where they are super-glued! For more unique, inspiring drama games for kids and teens, register for a free trial at www.dramanotebook.com
FREE DAILY DRAMA GAME ~Toilet Paper Truths~ Bring in a roll of toilet paper. Tell students that they may choose as many squares as they want, from 1-5. Once everyone has their squares, instruct kids that they must state their name and one thing that is true about them for every square they've chosen!
FREE DRAMA GAME ~Magic Box~ Players sit or stand in a circle. One student starts by handing another player a pantomimed box. "I have a present for you!" The player next to him accepts "Thank you!" and "opens" it. The receiver announces what he has found inside. “My very own extra brain! I LOVE it! Thank you!" He then presents a gift to another player. ANYTHING can be in the box. For more inventive drama games for kids and teens, register for a risk-free trial at www.dramanotebook.com
FREE DAILY DRAMA GAME ~It’s Not My Fault~ Two players are given a situation and play out a scene in which h every line of dialogue starts with “It’s not my fault.” Players continue back and forth, escalating the stakes!
FREE DAILY DRAMA GAME A Viola Spolin classic! ~Change Three Things~ In pairs, actors observe one another. Say, “Notice everything about your partner.” Then instruct players to turn back to back. Each person must change three things about him/herself. It can be that one player unties her shoe or switches the part in her hair. Players turn back toward each other and take turns noticing what has changed.