Let’s Play Acting Out! (Eric Carle)
“If a child can't learn the way we teach, maybe we should teach the way they learn.”
― Ignacio Estrada
Children acquire many skills from acting out stories. From oral language skills—vocabulary and narrative understanding—to social and emotional skills, dramatic play acts as the great enhancer.
$10/Family (Up to 3 people including kiddos)
$5/Each Additional Person
Preregistration is encouraged at the museum or by calling 330.396.6103
Admission to the museum is only $5/person if wish to come before or stay after.
ABOUT THE EVENT:
Join Teaching Artist Kyle Jozsa as he – along with parents – guides children on an adventure straight out of their favorite storybook! From Eric Carle to Dr. Seuss, students will play games, hear stories and even create a short play based on the story-of-the-week.
Let’s Play! is a 50-minute class that utilizes theatrical concepts (such as: movement, voice, imagination, costumes, props) to facilitate physical, social & emotional development in your young performer. Creative play allows little ones to express themselves in a safe and open environment, as well as providing an excellent outlet for creativity, energy and fun! Designed for children ages 3 — 5, the class incorporates songs, stories and activities that use imaginative play as a foundation for learning.
Each parent/gaurdian will stay with their child during the program and help them through the games and activities geared to prepare their little one for preschool and beyond.
*For more information about the instructor, please visit watheatre.com/education/