SEVEN STEPS TO CREATIVE CHILDREN'S DRAMATICS by Pamela Prince Walker

SEVEN STEPS TO CREATIVE CHILDREN'S DRAMATICS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

From 10 years' experience with children's theatrical productions, Mrs. Walker has contributed a program to help unfurl children's dramatic abilities. Her suggestions are reasonable, well within the resources of the average classroom. Here are activities which constitute ready-made lesson plans; some involving animal characters, some suggesting physical states to reenact -- ""reciting a poem with a bad cough, playing the piano with a broken finger, trying to go to sleep with a mosquito buzzing, etc."" Thus she limbers up the children for the final section -- actual play production: three original plays are included.

Pub Date: Oct. 14th, 1957
Publisher: Hill & Wang