Learning to Communicate Through Improvisation and Play

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Lighten Up!  Learning to Communicate through Improvisation and Play 

Presentation by Shelby Smith

Are you ready for some new ideas? Some new ways to add fresh, fun energy to your home? To add variety to your school days, at no cost but with big benefits? Join Shelby, a professional actress and improvisationalist, as she teaches concepts that will lighten the mood and atmosphere of your home, offer no cost game ideas that require only you and your kids, and help you tap in to your sense of humor and inner child. She will teach new and amazing concepts to help you heal, help, and heighten your homeschool experience, your relationships, and your life!  This presentation contains Christian references.

More about Shelby Smith:

Shelby Smith is a homeschooling mom, trainer, mentor, actress and play enthusiast! She desires to influence others for good through love, laughter and learning. She has had several body language trainings, has graduated from several courses in mentoring and presenting, and has acted in several full length films (two Christian films she played lead roles in!), commercials, music videos and ad campaigns and is an active and founding member of the premier SE Idaho improvisation performing comedy group called ImprovUnderground, where she gets to tap into her inner child and continually practice and enjoy the value and healing powers of play. “Just like your body diminishes without exercise, the spirit diminishes without play.” Shelby was born in Pocatello, ID and lived there until she met her handsome hubby and moved away with him to Oregon while he attended Optometry school. Golden and Shelby now live with their 6 children in a country home on 5 acres in Rigby, ID. On this little “farm” they have had sheep, goats, cows, a horse, chickens, cats, dogs, fish and a turtle – those are just the tame animals.

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Melissa Sonntag says

I loved Shelby's presentation!  I have played a couple of the games she mentioned with my children.  I seem to recall her saying something about having a list of games and how to play them, either on a website, or that she would e-mail out.  I really want that list!  Is there a way to get ahold of that?

 

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