20 Ways To Use
The Drama Department
Karen Stallard the creator of 20 dreams initially trained in the performing arts and worked for a while in Theatre and Education. She knows how important it is to come up with fresh ideas and new energy, and also how important it is to help people get out of their thinking head and into their imagination.
20 Dreams is the perfect resource to have at hand for your drama class, it is a great resource for ice breaking, warm-ups, and even for devising something substantial from scratch.
Below are some ideas of how you can use the pack of cards to bring imagination and fresh ideas into your drama session.
These ideas can be adapted for all ages. Just remove some of the more complex emotions for younger actors! And of course feel free to be creative and come up with your own ideas of how to use 20 Dreams in the Drama arena.
The Creative Writing Department
Our 20 Dreams creator loves creative writing and 20 Dreams can be used in numerous ways to help young or older writers tap into their imaginations and create something uniquely theirs. It is also a great way of helping unconfident writers realise they can create something amazing!
Here are some literary challenges you might want to introduce to develop creative writing skills.
Encouraging Emotional Availability in Education
The following exercises can be used in registration time, for extracurricular activities, detentions or any other moment where you think your class or an individual might need to take a breather and talk about how they feel. They are also great exercises to use in social science or psychology classes to explore difference and the language of feelings and their expression.