Bring your students on a Theatrical Experience. Beginning with a theatrical performance based on a classic piece of children’s literature, your students will then continue on with an interactive one-hour Drama session where they will explore and delve further into the story, its themes and characters.
By E.B. White
After a little girl saves Wilbur, the baby pig, from being slaughtered, he goes to live in a barnyard where he meets a spider named Charlotte and develops an unlikely friendship with her. When Wilbur grows up, again he is put up for slaughter. Not wanting to lose her newfound friend, Charlotte hatches a plan by spinning words in her cobweb praising Wilbur.
Written by acclaimed writer E. B. White, Charlotte’s Web is an excellent and well-written narrative that will teach your students about friendship, love, life and death.
James and the Giant Peach
By Roald Dahl
A young orphaned English boy, James, goes to live with his cruel and mean aunts. After meeting a stranger who hands him magical crocodile tongues, James accidentally drops them onto a peach tree which then produces a giant peach. Curious, James explores the inside and discovers seven giant talking garden insects which sets the eight new friends off on a worldly adventure of sorts!
Written by award winning author Roald Dahl, James and the Giant Peach is sure to get your students talking about friendship, hope and transformation.