Money is not easy to come by for teachers. But, filling out a simple form for some classroom cash, is!!! This link was sent to me, from the Kids in Need Foundation, and I want to pass it on to all the teachers – so please share!
Grants for Teachers
So, if you happen to be into Shakespeare … Continue reading
(Don’t forget, April 23rd is National Insult Like Shakespeare Day!)
It’s simple and fun and works like this:
Everyone writes up 3-4 different insults using the Shakespeare Insult Generator
They spend about 5-10 minutes practicing their insults, working on generating the appropriate delivery with angst!
Split the class into 2 groups that line up against each other
FIRST ROUND of insults: one student from each group steps forward and they insult each other with one of their insults.
The teacher, or some voting panel, votes for the best insult. Loser … Continue reading
Ok, I had to share this as soon as I heard of it, The Mini Page Archive. A publication for kids that ran from 1969 – 2007, and it’s all archived and searchable. It’s a periodical for kids around all sorts of different subjects. Lucky for us, there are 2 issues focused around Shakespeare:
Each issue is about 4-6 pages and all the short articles are all about Shakespeare. Whether they are classroom activities, synopses, or even connect-the-dots, it’s … Continue reading
Well hello my fellow Shakespearean insulters, or, dare I say, you bawdy, ill-breeding, maggot pies! Just to let you know the most requested page that I get on this website is for the Shakespeare Insult Generator. I love this for several reasons; the main one is because the Shakespeare Insult Generator is the best and fastest way for kids to engage with Shakespeare. Another reason is that this is just plain simple fun, regardless if you’re a kid or an adult. And thirdly (if that’s even a word) who doesn’t like to engage in fun, … Continue reading