Drama Movement Game | Musical Statues


In the first week of Silly Fish Learning’s first birthday month, we’re looking at a classic party game. Musical Statues is a fan favorite at parties, but is also a useful classroom tool to burn…

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Drama Game | Stuck in the Mud for Outdoor Classroom Day

Drama Energizer Game | Stuck in the Mud for Outdoor Classroom Day


In celebration of Outdoor Classroom day, which is our favorite idea ever by the way, we’ve got a game for you to play out in the mud! Stuck in the Mud is a fun variation…

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Say 'Simon says (action)' and the students must complete the specified action. If you simply ask them to complete the action without saying 'Simon says...' first, the students must remain still. We've compiled a list of 100 actions for those moments when you're just drawing a blank!

Classic Preschool Drama Game | Simon Says (With 100 Action Ideas!)


Simon Says is a classic game, beloved by many a young child. It’s also a super effective way to get children moving, listening and following directions. The perfect start to a preschool drama class. You…

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The chicken and the Egg

Easter Drama Game | The Chicken and the Egg


As you may have noticed, we’re particularly into the chicken and the egg this Easter! We thought we’d continue this theme with our latest drama game! The Chicken and the Egg is a fun way to…

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A puppy wearing a green Irish hat. We hope he is the leprechaun in our drama game

Who’s the Leprechaun? | Drama Game for St Patrick’s Day


‘Who’s the Leprechaun?’ is a St. Patrick’s Day special drama game, adapted from Secret Leader. This game helps children develop their team work and group awareness skills, as well as observation and strategy. It’s a…

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A girl yelling 'Boom chicka boom!' into a mirophone.

Drama Vocal Game – Boom Chicka Boom


Boom Chicka Boom is an excellent vocal warm-up with so many uses! Instructions Ask the students to stand in a circle. Say or sing the following lines to them. Pause after each line so the…

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My objective, your objective

Drama Communication Game – My Objective, Your Objective


After a teacher tip exploring the value of being non-verbal, we thought we’d encourage our students to speak with our latest drama game. Instructions Ask the students to get into pairs. One member of the pair stands…

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What are you doing?

Drama Improvisation Game – What Are You Doing?


What are you doing is a great introduction to improvisation and not blocking your cast mates. Instructions Have the students stand in a circle. Invite one student into the centre of the circle and give…

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Boat

Drama Action Game – Boat


‘Boat’ is one of our most popular energisers with all ages. Instructions Ask students to find a space. When the teacher calls commands the students should complete the following actions: Climb the rigging – mime…

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Drama Action Game – 1, 2, 3, 4


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