One great theater game for the classroom is to have students actually write their own monologues.  Not only does it foster creativity, but it helps kids identify key points for what is important in a monologue.
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Hello again. This is Paul Louis. Haley Beth is not here right now, my little assistant that has been helping me out during this entire video. I wanted to talk to you a little bit about monologues and scenes that the children can do in the class. Now a lot of times we as their acting coaches give them monolog's to do. We will take those monologues from existing plays or books and a scene as well but what I like to do with my students is that I like them to create their own monologues and/or scenes. So it really makes all the difference in the world when a child is able to sit down there with pen and paper and come up with their own monologues and these can be things that they have experienced in real life. These can be things that they are just making up but it helps them grow as an actor. It helps them to be creative as possible. You will be really surprised at some of the things that they are able to come up with. Some of the monologues that my students have performed for me have just blown me away. I've been so impressed by them. So please I encourage your students to be as creative as possible. So anyway, I hope you enjoyed our little tutorial on theatre games for kids on behalf of Expert Village.com I would like to thank you for watching. This has been Paul Louis.

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