This workshop is offered for elementary school teachers wanting to more fully engage and inspire both the shy and extroverted child in verbal and non-verbal communication, creativity and cooperation.
The use of fast-paced technology has threatened the ability of many children to have creative play with others.
Here are some practical games and engaging activities for children that will encourage the use of listening skills, imagination and empathy.
Come prepared to play. step out of being a facilitator, working on learning outcomes. Build your Blocks of inspiration.
Cocmfortable clothing and foot wear. Notebook.
Kymme Patrick is an award-winning actor, a playwright, director and teacher. She graduated from the American Academy of Performing Arts in Pasadena, California and has toured with professional theatre companies. While in Toronto, Kymme worked and performed in theatre, film and commercials. She also founded her own casting agency and a children's theatre company. She created TheatreWorks Centre For Performing Arts to provide quality theatre programs for youth and she has been instrumental in using theatre as an educational tool with schools and organizations in the Comox Valley. These have become valued for the positive skill development and personal growth that students experience in the original and creative productions mounted each summer. In 2015 Kymme was presented with Theatre BC’s Donna Lamb Award for her outstanding work with youth and contributions to the development of community theatre on Vancouver Island.