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    • crafts-wfts-season-6| InterAct Story Theatre

      Wheaton Family Theatre Series Arts & Crafts BACK TO MAIN ARTS & CRAFTS PAGE Make Your Own Rain Stick Instructions Lorem Ipsum The story we are sharing is called The Magic Tree. This story is a folktale from Zambia, and it takes place in a dry land where it hasn’t rained in a long, long time. We’re going to make Rain Sticks to help us make the sound of the rain the animals are all wishing for. Our Rain Sticks will also help us make the sound of the animals moving through the grasslands and the whooshing of the wind through the branches of the Magic Tree! What you’ll need to make your Rain Stick: Safety scissors 1 cardboard wrapping paper roll (without wrapping paper), or a paper towel roll (without paper towels) Wrapping paper poles about 2+ feet long tend to work best, but paper towel rolls are also fine alternatives! 1 sheet of colored construction paper (OR a printer to print out the pre-made decoration pattern of your choice!) Aluminum foil Plastic wrap A tablespoon Popcorn kernels, dry beans, uncooked rice, or a combination of these Tape Markers, stickers, and anything else you’d like to decorate your rain stick with! ​ ​ How to make your Rain Stick: 1. If you’d like to decorate your own Rain Stick, draw pictures on or decorate one side of your colored paper. (Or feel free to print, cut out, or copy the model patterns linked below!) **Remember: only some of your paper will show once wrapped around the tube, so you don’t need to fill the whole page if you don’t want to! :) 2. Crumple up 2 long, thin pieces of aluminum foil (about 1 foot each) and insert them into your tube. The foil will help keep the beans/rice/kernels moving through the tube slowly, making the rainfall sound! 3. Put a doubled-up (folded twice) piece of plastic wrap over one end of the tube, and tape it in place. 4. Pour 2-3 tablespoons of each of your rain ingredients into the open end of the tube, then seal the end with another doubled-up piece of plastic wrap taped in place. 5. Tape your decoration paper or printed pattern to the tube, then wrap it around the tube, and tape in place. 6. Decorate your rainstick with tape or stickers or markers or feathers or anything else you like and make it your own. 7. Tip your stick back and forth to hear the sweet sound of rainfall! Season 6 Season 5 Season 4 Season 3 Season 2 Season 1 < Community Page BACK TO MAIN ARTS & CRAFTS PAGE ^ Back to Top ^ Pattern 1 Pattern 2 Pattern 3

    • crafts-wfts-season-6| InterAct Story Theatre

      Wheaton Family Theatre Series Arts & Crafts Check out this page, as we continue to post different projects for you and your family to work on together at home. The Magic Tree Coloring Page Click on the picture to the to open and print a coloring page based off of the story of The Magic Tree, our March Wheaton Family Theatre season six event. Join us on March 6 at 11 a.m. or March 7 at 2 p.m. If you like, take a photo and post your art to our Facebook page: facebook.com/InterActStory Tell us about your favorite part of the program, too! Make Your Own Rain Stick March is Theatre in Our Schools Month and Music in Our Schools Month. Celebrate with us by making your own musical instrument called a rain stick. A rain stick is a percussion instrument that makes a sound like falling rain when tilted from side to side. Click on the image of the rain sticks to open instructions on how to make your own. Then use it to help tell our story of The Magic Tree! Join us on March 6 at 11 a.m. or March 7 at 2 p.m. If you like, take a photo and post your art to our Facebook page: facebook.com/InterActStory Tell us about your favorite part of the program, too! Season 6 Season 5 Season 4 Season 3 Season 2 Season 1 < Community Page

    • professional-development-residencies | InterAct Story Theatre

      Professional Development Residencies REQUEST MORE INFO Arts Coaching Residencies--I Do, We Do, You Do Available Online! In these popular and effective residencies, an InterAct teaching artist works hand-in-hand with classroom teachers. They plan lessons together integrating drama with the on-going curriculum. The teaching artist demonstrates a lesson and on succeeding visits co-teaches with the classroom teachers. The design of this residency follows the guidelines for best practice procedures for effective staff development. The residency has been implemented successfully in school systems nationwide. Please or for details. contact us request more info Student Residencies PLUS Professional Development Workshop(s) Available Online! Many of our Professional Development workshops can be combined with student workshops to create an extended artist-in-residence experience that benefits students and teachers alike. This is often a great first step for schools and teachers who would like to explore arts integration in the classroom: An InterAct professional development workshop on a particular strategy, followed by a series of student workshops in which InterAct artists apply that strategy in the classroom, modeling the strategy for teachers so they can see it come to life with their students. Interested in knowing more? Please or for details. contact us request more info < Back to InterAct in Schools

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Since 1981, InterAct Story Theatre has brought a wide variety of educational, interactive performances, plays, and assembly programs to schools, libraries, and community venues, all throughout the area, delighting children, families, and educators alike. All of our programs are available for evening or weekend events and family audiences. InterAct Story Theatre performances can be adapted for a wide variety of venues, including libraries, museums, community centers, arts centers and festivals. Please contact us for more information!


InterAct Story Theatre’s programs are made possible through generous support by the Maryland State Arts Council (MSAC.org), the Arts and Humanities Council of Montgomery County, and the support of many wonderful partners, funders, advocates, and individuals. Thank you for your support! 

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