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From the Game GalHere's a list of phrases to play an acting game like charades. All of the phrases are actions to act out. Have students take turns acting out a phrase silently in front of the class. The rest of the class tries to guess what the student is acting out.You can cut along the lines to cut the words into strips that students could draw from a bowl, or just read the words out loud.For detailed instructions on how to play charades, more free word lists, and even more games and…

From the Game GalHere's a list of phrases to play an acting game like charades. All of the phrases are actions to act out. Have students take turns acting out a phrase silently in front of the class. The rest of the class tries to guess what the student is acting out.You can cut along the lines to cut the words into strips that students could draw from a bowl, or just read the words out loud.For detailed instructions on how to play charades, more free word lists, and even more games and…

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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.

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.

{Craft Addict}: Quick Kids Costumes

{Craft Addict}: Quick Kids Costumes

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 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 ~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 ~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 ~Leave Some Weight Behind~ Participants take turns thinking of something that has been bothering them lately, “picking it up,” and taking it outside the classroom to leave it there. They pantomime picking up a bag or a suitcase, large or small, and taking it out the door. When they re-enter the space, they allow themselves to forget about it for the rest of the day. Players can say what it is as they leave with it, or remain silent.

FREE DAILY DRAMA GAME ~Leave Some Weight Behind~ Participants take turns thinking of something that has been bothering them lately, “picking it up,” and taking it outside the classroom to leave it there. They pantomime picking up a bag or a suitcase, large or small, and taking it out the door. When they re-enter the space, they allow themselves to forget about it for the rest of the day. Players can say what it is as they leave with it, or remain silent.

FREE DAILY DRAMA GAME ~Pass the Sound~ The first person makes a vocal sound. The second person copies that sound and adds another. After that each person copies the sound that the last person added and adds on their own. So the first person might go: “Whoooh!”. The next person could go “Whoooh! Eee-owww” and the third person “Eee-owww, Plonkety-plonk.”

FREE DAILY DRAMA GAME ~Pass the Sound~ The first person makes a vocal sound. The second person copies that sound and adds another. After that each person copies the sound that the last person added and adds on their own. So the first person might go: “Whoooh!”. The next person could go “Whoooh! Eee-owww” and the third person “Eee-owww, Plonkety-plonk.”

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 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 DAILY DRAMA GAME OR TEAM-BUILDING ACTIVITY ~One Minute Experts~ One at a time, students take the stage and draw a random topic out of a hat. They must speak for one minute as though they are an expert on the subject! Let students know that they do not need to convey accurate information; it is more important to deliver the information convincingly.

FREE DAILY DRAMA GAME OR TEAM-BUILDING ACTIVITY ~One Minute Experts~ One at a time, students take the stage and draw a random topic out of a hat. They must speak for one minute as though they are an expert on the subject! Let students know that they do not need to convey accurate information; it is more important to deliver the information convincingly.

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