50 Things Students Can Learn From Theatre

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50 ways theatre helps children and teens learn and grow.

Participation in drama can have dramatic and long-lasting effects on students of all ages. The benefits of participating in a performing arts program go far beyond book learning and can help children and teens overcome social anxiety, learn to work together cooperatively, and develop creativity and imagination.

Here is a list of 50 things that students can learn from theatre. Use the list as a handout, post the list in your classroom, or try some of these activities included in this tutorial.

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