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Mute Button: Without talking, show you’re annoyed by the people talking behind you in the movie theater. Can someone guess what you’re acting out? Theater
On the Prowl: Act like a wolf. Run. Dig. Howl. What other activities do you do in your typical wolf day? Theater
Q & A: When someone asks you a question at home today, respond in your very best robot voice. Can people understand your answers? Theater
Think Big: Pretend you’re eight feet tall. What do you see from up there? How does moving around change? Remember, be careful not to hit your head! Theater
Smiley Face: Look in a mirror and try out different smiles. Can you make a smile that’s silly? Scary? Theater
Tail Spin: Pretend you have a tail. Is it long? Short? Curly? Fluffy? Does it change how you walk? Chase it. What happens? Theater
Chilly Toes: Pretend you’re walking on ice cubes with bare feet. Brrr! Are you moving fast or slow? Careful not to slip! Theater
Casting Call: You’re starring in a movie as a French chef. Get into character by describing what’s in your refrigerator. Remember your accent! Theater
Catch Me: Pretend you’re a frog, chasing a fly. Listen as it buzzes by your ear and watch as it flies around. Now try and catch it. How long does it take? Theater
Be a Star!: Pretend you’re a character from your favorite book. Eat dinner as the character. Can your family guess who you are? Theater
Be a Star!: Pretend you’re a character from your favorite movie. Do your homework as the character. Are they as good a student as you? Theater
Animal Instincts: Inch around like a caterpillar. How quickly do you get places this way? Remember though, in time you become a butterfly. What’s it like to suddenly be able to fly? Theater
Anybody There?: Walk like a ninja. Remember, you must be quick and silent as if you’re invisible! How long can you go undetected? Theater
Bird Brain: Act like an eagle. Soar. Swoop. Nest. What other activities do you do in your typical eagle day? Theater
Brow Beat: Look in a mirror. Move your eyebrows around. Using only your brows, can you move them so you look surprised? Angry? What about curious? Theater
Howdy Partner!: Walk like a rodeo cowboy or cowgirl. To get it right, how do you move your feet? Legs? Arms? Now try riding an imaginary horse. Theater
Laughing Matters: Laugh out loud. Can you make your laugh sound goofy? How many different goofy laughs can you create? Theater
Mail Call: Waddle like a duck on your way to pick up the mail. To get it right, how do you move your feet? Legs? Hips? Theater
Do You Tweet?: Listen to a bird. Imitate the sounds it makes. Can you convince it you are a fellow bird? Acting
Here Ye…: Talk like William Shakespeare. (Hint: a good place to start is by using “thou” in place of “you.”) What dost thou think? ‘Tis easy! Your turn. Theater
Hot Hot Hot!: Pretend you’re walking on hot coals with bare feet. Yikes! How fast do you go to keep from burning your feet? Theater
Rock Out: Turn up your favorite tunes and play the air guitar. Music
Music Muscles: Walk like you’re the drum majorette, or leader, of a marching band. Is it easy or hard? Remember to stand up straight, lift your knees, and strike up the band. Music
Orange You Glad…: Divide an orange into four sections. Cover your teeth with the peel from one wedge. Sing “Happy Birthday.” Easy or hard? Music
Tooth Tunes: Hum your favorite song while brushing your teeth. How much can you belt out before drooling? Music
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