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Magic chairs


Magic chairs
Minimum number of participants
Resources needed: Clear space, chairs
Instructions: Get each member of the group to get a chair and choose a place to put them. They walk a few merges away from the chair. The teacher can change the chair into what ever type of chair she wants. So if she calls out a highchair the children have to walk to their chairs and get into them as if it was a high chair.
Some types of chairs that could be used
A throne
A toilet seat
A seat in a crowded bus
A dentists chair
A chair with chewing gum on it.
A chair
A lounger which is very hot from bring out in the sun
A whoopee cushion
A slippery chair
An office chair that twirls
A spinning chair

For more ideas buy Drama Start Two Drama Activities and Plays for Children (ages 9 to 12) at or or if you can buy the kindle version from or




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