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12 Days of Classroom Exercises

We’re counting down the 12 Days of Christmas with 12 of our most popular Classroom Exercises! No matter which holidays you celebrate, these exercises are a useful tool to keep in your back pocket – and every exercise comes with a free download for immediate use in the classroom!

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Devising Exercises

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Worst Case Scenario” Exercise

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“Improv Games for Collaboration” Exercise

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“Monologue Evaluation” Exercise

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“I Would Never…” A Pre-study Romeo & Juliet Exercise

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“What’s in Your Bag?” Character Development Exercise

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Instagram Journaling” Expression Exercise

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“Collaboration Games: One to Twenty” Warm-up Exercise

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“Relationships in Romeo & Juliet” Exercise

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Indoor Clouds” Playwriting Exercise

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“Playing with Change” Devising Exercise

12.

“Reality vs. Illusion” Exercise

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