Sunday, 1 March 2015

Stage proposals

  • The play “The dragon Botijo” written and starring families.

  • Dramatic representations carried out by parents from the project titled “What a big mouth you have”

Activity report
Visual documentation
Video "Pelopatapico"
Video "El gruffalo"
Video "El agua salada viene de..."
Video "Garbanza y Garbancita"

  • Making puppets for the drama play workshop
According to the development of the dramatic game workshop we thought about the necessity to make our puppets to work dramatization, the language and creativity. Owing to be an activity that requires an individual attention per pupil, we considered to take into account families as educational agents which offer us their knowledge and help.
There were two previous meetings with two mothers to explain them which is the main purpose of the activity, the development of this one, which will be their roles and days and timetables.
The school expert is in charge of providing spaces, groups and material to develop the activity.
Once we had finished to make puppets, two mothers were invited (at the time dedicated to the workshop) to see a short performance in a small puppet´s theatre. Each child had time to introduce his/her puppet and to tell us their names and the name of their dummies while they sang or told us a story.
Activity report
Visual documentation

  •  Dances from Cameroon
Annie came to her daughter’s class to familiarise the children with lullabies and nursery rhymes from her home country, Cameroon. The enthusiasm that was generated amongst the children and families was so great, that she was invited to dance in front of the whole school so we could get to know the bands that are currently fashionable in Cameroon.

Some pictures

  • PAKO Y PAKA sing in zaleo. A Puppet Show

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