[ epub ] Show Time!: Music, Dance, and Drama Activities for Kids (English Edition)Autor Lisa Bany Winters – Papercuts.co

Useful For Teachers, Directors Working With Young Actors, And Children Looking For Direction In Theatrical VenturesSchool Library JournalIf Your Child Or Inner Child Craves Improvisation And Learning How To Turn A Body Into The Shape Of A Letter, Take A Look At Show Time Then Get Of Your Best Friends Or Your Children S Pals Together And Create The Entire AlphabetThe Fresno BeeGotta Dance Gotta Sing Gotta Do Most Anything Because Its Show Time In Show TimeKids Will Learn To Become Triple Threat Performers, Developing Their Skills As Singers, Dancers, And Actors Through Than Activities That Include Imitating A Musician Or Musical Instrument, Acting Out A Song, Creating A Mirror Dance, Making Puppets And Playbills, And Along The Way, Theyll Learn About The History Of Musicals, Discover Musicals About History, And Find Out How To Get It All Together Before The Curtain Goes Up Show TimeIs Perfect For Teachers Needing To Prepare Performers For A Show For Parents Looking For Fun Ways To Fill Spare Minutes With Their Kids At Home, In The Car, Or In A Doctors Waiting Room And For Kids Wanting Ways To Enjoy Themselves On Their Own Or In A Small Group Several Play Scripts, A List Of Suggested Musicals For Kids, And A Play Glossary Are Included

5 thoughts on “Show Time!: Music, Dance, and Drama Activities for Kids (English Edition)

  1. says:

    I am an assistant instructor in Acting for T.V and Musical Theatre camps We generally have 30 40 kids in each camp This book is ok I was expecting it to have games and learning activities like the On Stage book This book is actually of a craft book and has a lot of short plays in it It s a great book for a small crowd But if you re looking for games and activities for larger groups, I d go with On stage It s by the same authors I guess I was spoiled by the On Stage book.

  2. says:

    This is helping in our homeschool coop Plenty of activities.

  3. says:

    While the info and games presented are not new to anyone who has worked with children and musical theater much, it IS a nice basic book.

  4. says:

    I first saw this book when I worked with young 4 H actors I had some after school programs and summer programs and I used this book for extra activities and exercises with the children It has many ideas and also makes the children imagine different circumstances It has games they can do, warm ups, improvisation, some monologues, and short plays It has a little bit of everyting in it I actually bought 2 of these, one of them for a nephew who has been battling cancer and is stuck home most of the time I thought his brother and parents could do some of these activities with him, as he likes to act and didn t get to do it last summer When he gets back into school full time, maybe he can take it to school to use with his class.

  5. says:

    If you can only purchase one book for your drama class, make it this one, or its companion, On Stage This book worked with third through eighth graders in my drama classes, and helped them get stage ready It s fun, easy to use and contains activities the students ask for repeatedly.