In "Love Will Guide Us," a Tapestry of Faith program
Describe a scenario and assign volunteers to play the characters. In large groups, you can assign more than one child to be the same animals. In small groups, you can leave out some of the characters.
Explain that improvisation means they get to make up their own lines and actions as they go and in this drama all creatures can speak. They should try to act as they animal they are assigned.
Guide the characters to enact their drama with questions like:
As time allows, reassign characters to try different parts or enact a second dramatic scenario.
When you are done, debrief with questions such as:
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