Twelve innovative African American History Month drama activities and projects. Ages 9 and up. 22 pages!

African American History Month drama activity featuring 14 inventors!

Quick guide for helping students create an original piece based on historical events.

Two pages. Ages 8-11. Students learn about the Native American culture and perform for each other.

Three pages. Ages 7-9. Students learn all about rock formations.

One-hour drama lesson that teaches the water cycle through dramatic movement. Best for elementary aged students.

Students demonstrate an understanding of gravity through movement and tableaus in this short drama integration lesson.

For ages 12 and up! Four detailed improv games designed to deepen students’ understanding of elections and systems of government.

5 pages. For ages 12 and up. Great drama integration lesson that utilizes fairy tale characters to study different types of government and to learn about debating important issues.

Original Drama Notebook activity in which students play tour guides, leading the rest of the class through an imaginary tour of a famous location. Excellent drama integration activity. Includes four printable lists of things to tour.

Activity in which students create short plays based on myths. Works for a variety of ages and includes instructions, 36 myth prompts, and four myths to read to your group.

4 characters, 3 minutes running time. Simple script in which a student from China explains the Chinese New Year to three friends.