Great preparation for literacy and problem solving, this class allows the students to explore themes, characters and environments of a different children’s book each week. Students act-out and perform creatively through the world of the book, but the focus is more on understanding the parts of the book and overcoming obstacles creatively within a group rather than in simple individual performance. Fantastic for group interaction and socialization while keeping students engaged at solving the conflict presented in the literature. Students begin to learn literary concepts and are called upon to summarize (in group discussion) the main idea and details from the source material. They will explore the central idea, narration, distinguish between fact and opinion, use of repetition, dialogue, imagery and how pictures support the text and give us clues to words, then draw conclusions for solving the problem. Great fun and great foundation work for reading.
All students must be able to use the bathroom as needed. SCCT Teachers/Assistants will not change diapers. If your child is still in diapers, a parent/guardian must remain in the waiting area during class times.
Teachers are aware of returning students and change the stories accordingly.
WINTER STORY DRAMA for K3-K5 Tuesdays from 10:15-11:00am with Kate Riedy Jan 8-Feb 12
WINTER STORY DRAMA for K3-K5 Tuesdays from 3:30-4:15pm with Traysie Amick Jan 8-Feb 12
The Tuesday morning class with Kate pairs very well with our TELL ME A STORY Theatre series on every other Tuesday morning. Caregivers you can opt to come to the 9:30am show WITH your child (Admission is $1.00 per person) and then your child can go to class after OR come to class then go to the 11am Performance. FYI- Caregivers–the Village Grind coffee shop is within easy walking distance of our headquarters–so you can fuel up while your child is in class!
Dates & Times
- WINTER STORY DRAMA for K3-K5 from 3:30-4:15 with Traysie
January 8, 2019 - February 12, 2019
3:30 pm - 4:15 pm
Venue: NEW SCCT Temporary Headquarters