Brookview students craft thrilling whodunits
Brookview Elementary 5th graders had a unique opportunity to participate in a Mystery Playwriting Adventure. The project was a collaboration between Stillwater Area Public Schools Office of Achievement and Integration and StoryArk. It encouraged the students to unleash their inner playwrights and craft their own intriguing stories.
Under the guidance of a professional playwright, the students worked collaboratively to create their own original mystery plays. They were able to include everyone's different ideas, viewpoints, and inspiration, which allowed them all to express their unique ideas and creativity.
To cap it off, the students performed their two original plays in front of their families.
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