Choose a character and write an acrostic poem about that character. Be sure to be descriptive and use the knowledge of the characters you have gained through your reading.
Create a diorama of one of the scenes from the play. Write a brief description about the action in the scene. Also, explain why you chose this scene.
Use whatever materials are available to create the homemade wings from the play. Explain why the wings are such a important object in the play.
Read the play together. Have several people assigned to the same parts, and switch for every scene so everyone gets a turn.
Bag a Scene
Pick a scene. Put representations for items or actions from the scene into a bag. Pull one representation out at a time and tell what it has to do with the play.
Who Am I?
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