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Kindergarten Drama Kits

Alaskan Animal Senses


Explore basic animal needs and the five senses through creative dramatic role-play. By investigating Alaskan animal behavior and habitats through guided exploration, students use their senses to act like animals meeting basic needs in an imaginative environment. Students gain an understanding of the differences and similarities of animals in relationship to their environment, making connections to Alaskan ecology and biology.

This lesson uses role-play as an arts-integrated educational drama strategy providing opportunities for students to construct knowledge through movement, sound and imaginative play.

Weather Stories


Explore types of weather, Tlingit weather vocabulary, and rhyming through guided dramatic role-play. This lesson also introduces the basic concepts and skills of acting as a performing art. It can be used independently or as a compliment to a larger unit about weather, weather observations, or learning about how weather affects us.


photo of a students preparing to bow

This lesson uses role-play as an arts-integrated educational drama strategy providing opportunities for students to construct knowledge through movement, sound and imaginative play.

Tidal Pool Tableau


Tidal Pool Tableau Investigate tidal pool animals through observation, role-play and tableau. This lesson teaches both the dramatic art of mimicry and the foundation of using tableau for demonstration and assessment of student learning. It is a great compliment to other Sea Week activities.

Students creating a tide pool tableau.
This lesson uses tableau as an arts-integrated educational drama strategy providing opportunities for students to construct knowledge through movement, sound and imaginative play.
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