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I am the Head Teacher Of Maria International School Of Bucharest in Romania. I am also very keen at developing different TES teaching resources to discover what works well for different classes. I am constantly looking for new and exciting different ways of presenting and teaching different primary topics, especially maths topics.

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I am the Head Teacher Of Maria International School Of Bucharest in Romania. I am also very keen at developing different TES teaching resources to discover what works well for different classes. I am constantly looking for new and exciting different ways of presenting and teaching different primary topics, especially maths topics.
Long Live Friendship! A Humorous Play for Children
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Long Live Friendship! A Humorous Play for Children

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Are you studying life in India? Long Live Friendship! A Humorous Play for Children When Vikram falls sick, Yamraj thinks its time to take him in. Vikram’s maddeningly stubborn friends think otherwise. The play takes a serious issue and presents it in a light-hearted vein. Children can easily and quickly stage and self-direct this hilarious play. Perfect for annual school days and neighbourhood events. Backstage Set Design Team, Costume Design Team, Light and Sound Designers, Prop Makers, Chorus The making of this play It is great fun to be able to act and direct plays on your own. When Meera Dixit was looking for a contemporary play that could be enjoyable as well as easy to perform by students, she could not find the right one for the situation. So she wrote this play which her students could stage without professional help. It was first staged in 2011 and has been a big hit with students every time it has been performed. Designing the costumes for Yamraja and Yamdoot Be creative. Use paper, newspaper, thermacol and other material available in school to create the settings. This play works well with three settings - the garden where the characters first meet, an indoor room, and Yamraja’s durbar. Three of the characters need specific costumes, or just headgear and jewellery to set them apart from the other characters. They could wear beaded necklaces and head gear made out of papier mache. Music and drama Make up a jingle or a chorus. A few singers could sing these with musical accompaniments from the wings to set the mood for a scene, or to add drama to important moments in the play. No permission needed You must have observed that at the end of most plays in books, there is a line that states that you need the permission of the playwright to stage the play. However, to stage this play you need not do so as it is copyright-free. This means you can stage the play as you wish. Feel free to incorporate new ideas.