Creative drama; an intellectual experience or an event, without a pre-written text; It is the process of activities aimed at restructuring with the help of old cognitive patterns by using theater or drama techniques such as improvisation, role playing, developing a game or games in group work.




Developing creativity and imagination

Developing the ability to recognize, develop and communicate with others

Developing aesthetic behavior

Developing critical and independent thinking skills

Developing the ability to cooperate / work together

Creating social awareness

Language development, verbal and non-verbal expression skills


With creative drama training, our learners can express their emotions freely, design a situation that characters encounter, developing empathy skills by imagining how they feel.

Role-play activities in particular enable children to see things through the eyes of others and to understand them better. Since drama increases group interaction, it helps the child to share their emotions with others and to understand the feelings of others.

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