DRAMA
In every culture around the world, children will pretend. They will do this because their brains need opportunity to imagine. KIS drama focuses on creating shared make-believes to develop children’s learning, confidence, self-esteem, creative and critical thinking. Drama engages multiple intelligences and also increases the power of reflection in building knowledge. Through drama students improve skills in socialization, empathy, freedom, empowerment, and memory.
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