Pandora’s Box

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By Karen Hartfreelance writer

Lift the lid on this Greek myth to discover an exciting array of cross-curricular activities that will get children’s imaginations racing

pandora's box

When devising a drama activity, you want to provide a range of things: scope for imaginative role play; a way for the children to try various roles; an activity that easily incorporates music, dance and costume; and opportunities for cross-curricular links. Not only does the following drama lesson tick all these boxes, it is also easily expandable and lots of fun!

Demon drama

Start the lesson with a story circle. ‘Pandora’s Box’ will probably be a new story to many children, so read the retelling below, and answer any questions.

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