Sometimes teaching Shakespeare to kids can be a daunting task and you may feel there are no teaching resources out there to help you. Actually, if you have never done it before, it is definitely a daunting and somewhat humbling endeavor. But, along with my books, I have created this list of Shakespeare teaching resources to help you bridge that gap so you can be successful. Please use and share these links and, if you come across more, please send them my way so I can add them to the list. Remember, the most important part is to have fun!
Shake Sphere – A Shakespeare study guide
Build THE GLOBE THEATRE out of paper! This is cool!
An INCREDIBLE Shakespeare search engine…wow!
The Folger Shakespeare site – great resource for teachers
“Texting” Shakespeare – what a great class project!
Great Shakespeare audio site – ShakespeareCast.com
Some Tips on stage fighting – www.PlayFighting.ca
Just fun, gotta love it Shakespeare – The Reduced Shakespeare Company
Keeping you on your “Shakespeare” toes – Shakespeare Teacher
Another way to see Shakespeare – The Shakespeare Stealer by Gary Blackwood
The ULTIMATE FREE Shakespeare resource
Shakespeare Man! Yes, this dude actually looks and acts like Shakespeare! no cape though – bummer!
Shakespeare for kids audio books by Edith Nesbit – a little slow, but easy to understand
Provided by Shakespeare.org.uk is Shakespeare week!
Break a Leg!: The Kid’s Guide to Acting and Stagecraft – by Lisa Friedman
Shakespeare in Bits – a cool way to get Shakespeare to the kids