Directions: choose at least 3 (you can do more if you want) activities from the list below.
Take a picture or short video showing the activities you choose.
You can do these on your own, with your family or both.
*Story means book, play, movie, nursery rhyme or song
.1. Use clothes (your clothes or others in your family as long as they say it is ok) to dress-up as your favorite character from a story*.
.2. Take one part of your favorite story* and write it in script form (doesn’t have to be the entire story, just a part of it).
.3. Use an object from around the house as a prop. (prop is an item an actor can use)
.4. Use an object from around the house as a prop but turn it into something different (example: use a fork as a comb, use a paper towel roll as a telescope). Be creative and think outside of the box.
.5. Make a sock puppet.
.6. Make a stick puppet.
.7. Make a paper bag puppet.
.8. Draw a poster advertising your favorite story*.
.9. Get a family member to let you do their make-up.
.10. Pretend you are an animal.
.11. Tell a story using your stuffed animals, dolls or action figures.
.12. Act out a story with inanimate objects (like the characters in Beauty and the Beast).
.13. Show 3 different emotions with your face and body.
.14. Create a backdrop by drawing on paper for yourself to act in front of or to use with puppets.
.15. Create and draw your own superhero. In your drawing show their costume, super power, where they are and their name
In the Chula Vista Elementary School district there are 9 amazing, creative, hard-working Theatre teachers: Mrs. Beltran, Miss Cherie, Mrs, Davidson, Ms. De Jerez, Mrs. Elkerton, Mrs. Lawerance, Mrs. Montgomery, Mrs. Schubert, Mrs. Tabor, and Mr. Tony