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University of Texas: ShakespeareKIDS

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Designed primarily for students in grades 4 through 8, ShakespeareKIDS offers students and teachers a variety of ways to introduce young people to the works and world of William Shakespeare. A list of activities for getting kids up and ready to act, suggested steps for planning a project and a "Do Your Own Shakespeare" section that provides background and scripts for several characters from A Midsummer Night's Dream all encourage young students and teachers to have fun with the Bard.

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