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hands-on project & activity ideas | printable templates & prompts
sensory prop suggestions | takeaway topics
academic handouts and keys
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The Tempest

$18.00

Experience The Tempest with your students in fun, meaningful ways! Your kids can feast on earthy offerings, translate for Caliban, create and wear two faces as certain characters (and actors) do, listen to the two oldest songs performed in the play, locate the (possibly real) island of the marooned characters, layer meaningful words and images as art, learn about Shakespeare’s life and his Globe Theatre, match his famous phrases to their meanings, and so much more!

Everything in this digital kit comes from our unique sensory workshops on The Tempest.  It includes project and activity ideas, templates and prompts, prop suggestions, supportive links, discussion topics, academic handouts, and more. It’s ideal for ages 8-12, but it’s highly adaptable. Scroll down to get more details and a free idea with template.

Members choose one free kit each month, and get 30% off all others! Join us for just $9/month.

Have straight-from-the-story fun with The LitWits Kit for THE TEMPEST by William Shakespeare - LITWITS The LitWits Kit for The Tempest by William Shakespeare

LitWits Kits are virtual products, but they’re packed with downloadables — templates, activity aids, academic handouts, and more. Because our kits live online, we can link you to useful info and audiovisuals. And you’ll always have the very latest updates!

The LitWits Kit for The Tempest includes:

  • sensory prop suggestions, with photos
  • creative project and activity ideas, with photos
  • printable templates, excerpts, and activity prompts
  • takeaway topics, to fuel meaningful conversations
  • printable handouts for creative writing, the narrative arc, setting, and more
  • research and audiovisual links, for one-stop prep and homework help
  • great quotes from the play

Want a glimpse of our sensory style? Scroll down to get a free idea and template!

Ages/Grades
This kit is adaptable to a wide range of ages. (See the Ways to Use tab for classroom and homeschool uses.) We find 8-12-year-olds consistently “ready to LitWit,” but you know best what your kids are ready for, interested in, and capable of.

Common Core Alignment
The LitWits experience of this play is jam-packed with carefully integrated lessons — but they’re embedded in FUN, so kids don’t feel “taught.”  At a bare minimum, the use of this kit helps meet these Common Core goals:

THIRD GRADE Common Core Alignment
FOURTH GRADE Common Core Alignment
FIFTH GRADE Common Core Alignment
SIXTH GRADE Common Core Alignment

Please note that LitWits® is a registered trademark of LitWits Workshops, LLC.  All LitWits Kits are copyrighted and may be used for non-commercial educational purposes only.

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We’ll send you our Setting Notes template, with a page of teacher tips. It’s a fun, sensory way to explore a story’s setting!

Here are a few options for classroom teachers and homeschoolers. Decide what works best for your classroom or family!

Pull projects, activities, and handouts as needed to stimulate interest, reinforce a concept, or take a break from reading.

Use a suggested prop to trigger a conversation. Ask your kids if they know what the item is, and why it’s significant in the story. You might discover a theme together!

Casually bring up a question from a handout at recess or over dinner, and let the discussion grow from there. Take advantage of tangential learning opportunities!

Do the projects and activities as the book is being read, or after as a reward.

Use one or more prop ideas to support specific learning goals, such as spelling or social studies.

Have your kids research a particular prop in more depth – learn its history and usage, and write a report.

Enjoy the arts and crafts projects as a family or in an after-care group.

Set up the book display in the classroom or living room, and invite your kids to contribute their own story-related items each day.

 

Please note that LitWits® is a registered trademark of LitWits Workshops, LLC.  All LitWits Kits are copyrighted and may be used for non-commercial educational purposes only.

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