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Inspiration needed!

Discussion in 'Primary' started by moonshine79, May 1, 2012.

  1. moonshine79

    moonshine79 New commenter

    Hi, I'm teaching 'Stories set in Imaginary worlds' and i'd love to link it with either drama/music or art. Does anyone have any fab ideas?
    Thanks
     
  2. moonshine79

    moonshine79 New commenter

    Hi, I'm teaching 'Stories set in Imaginary worlds' and i'd love to link it with either drama/music or art. Does anyone have any fab ideas?
    Thanks
     
  3. Waiguoren

    Waiguoren Occasional commenter

    Which year are you teaching it in?
    Drama: the children could act out the story. Perhaps you could split them into groups, give each group a part of the story and have a competition to see who can act out their part of the story the best (best acting, best costumes, best props, best sound effects etc) then perform it in sequence.
    Music: perhaps you could find some fantasy-themed music, like Grieg's Hall of the Mountain King, or Prokofiev, or Tchaikovsky; the children could think of stories and images to go with the music, like in Fantasia.
    Art: maybe each child could draw and colour a component of a fantasy story and then you could use them to create a giant mural?
     

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