Artstarts Drama, Music, Movement, Puppetry and Storytelling Activities by Martha Brady, Patsy T. Gleason


Artstarts Drama, Music, Movement, Puppetry and Storytelling Activities by Martha Brady, Patsy T. Gleason

Integrate creative arts into the curriculum with a variety of engaging, classroom-tested arts activities. Drama, movement, pantomime, puppetry, storytelling, visual arts, media arts, and music come alive with innovative activities. Reproducible scripts for readers theatre and a score for a musical are included. Each activity notes the intended grade level, materials needed, purpose or objective, time involved, sequential guidelines for the activity, variations on the activity for other content areas. Grades K-6.

About the Author

MARTHA BRADY is Creative Arts Instructor, Teacher Education Program, Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff. PATSY T. GLEASON is a director of curriculum and instruction for the Park City School District in Utah and an adjunct faculty member at Northern Arizona University.

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219 pages


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Publication date

15th May 1994



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