Character Travel

Teaching Artist: Ed Reggi

For children, it’s amazing how fun fabrics, interesting props, music and movement can create a whole new world of characters. Ed Reggi facilitates this discovery as students use theatrical improvisation to try on new languages, customs and cultures. This workshop leads children to understand people who are different from them. Content can be connected to enrich any curricular topic and is especially well suited to integrate with Character Education lessons.

Audience: Grades PK-6
Format: Workshop
Curriculum Connections: English/Language Arts, Social Emotional Learning, Social Studies/Culture
Teaching Artist: Ed Reggi

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