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Drama in the preschool classroom engages the imagination, makes learning purposeful and promotes critical thinking, so that students can formulate and express their own opinions. 


A child in acting out roles is learning com-

passion and tolerance for others’ feelings

and viewpoints. We aid this process by

keeping props for dress up and dramatic

play readily available and rotated to keep

the imaginative juices flowing.


Teachers will use drama to enrich a story

or concept.  Simple plays are put together

during group time in which the children can

create their own costumes, props, or use

puppets to make a story come alive.


Children have the opportunity to explore

different characters alternative endings and a variety of scenarios. 

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