Cross-curricular activities for 4-11 year-olds
Written and compiled by experts, our cross-curricular activities will bring Shakespeare's life, works and times to life for primary school-aged children. Dip in for exciting class learning, home learning or family fun! For inspiring ideas for OLDER CHILDREN visit: shakespeare.org.uk/teaching-resources
Design scenes from Shakespeare's plays and create a mini version of Shakespeare's hometown
Make a pop-up Birthplace, a mask for Romeo and a portrait of Shakespeare!
Click on the link to take you to a host of ideas for home schooling for 11-14 year-olds. Engaging videos and creative writing ideas written ...
No printer? No problem! Design an abstract portrait of Shakespeare, make a dreamcatcher, cook some tasty treats and play 'Prospero says'
No printer? No problem! Make a dreamcatcher, build a house for a fairy, and design your own island
Create a Tempest ship scene, draw an Elizabethan portrait, colour a Knot garden, design a Romeo and Juliet scene and make a Shakespeare finger puppet
Make a mask, a crown, two different types of puppets and your very own Tudor picture frame.
Storyteller, John Edgar, brings the story of Henry V to life in your classroom in this fifteen minute retelling.
Storyteller, John Edgar, brings the story of Romeo & Juliet to life in your classroom in this 20 minute retelling.
Use this simple retelling of Twelfth Night for storytime or an interactive storytelling session.