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Drama, Drama, Drama Scenario Cards

Free | 2 pages|Grades: 1 - 2 - Upper

Seven cards that provide different drama scenarios.

Ask students to get in groups of 3-4. Give them different scenarios and in their groups they need to depict the scenario in a freeze frame.

Give them time to organise their scene and then start counting down from five. They are not allowed to move after you have finished counting down.

Make a game by only telling the group what scenario they need to depict and then let the other students guess what it is.

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