This original Drama Notebook activity helps students understand the relationship between costume/clothing and character. 30 imaginary costume pieces—ready to print out and use immediately.
This original Drama Notebook activity encourages students to think about costumes or types of clothing and how they relate to character. An actor can turn into a lazy couch potato merely by donning a scruffy robe! There are 30 different costume pieces listed; they are set up on the page so that they are easy to print out, cut apart and put in a hat. Included are three ways to play the game and a list of discussion questions.
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