Educational Materials

& Teacher Support

Do you need a splash of ideas to inspire your students? Browse through my materials and new blog posts. Stay in touch by joining my email list and visiting my Facebook page (RebeccaLocklearWriter). Contact me with education questions.

Most importantly, take care during this pandemic time.     ~Rebecca

“Give me a sword!” History Skits 1000-1500s

“Give me a hand!” History Skits 1942-1945


Drama skits in class?

For September DRAMA tips visit me at RebeccaLocklearWriter on Facebook. My books of skits include “Give me a sword!” (Middle Ages), “Give me a lime!” (1700s”) and “Give me a hand!” (World War II). Take a look!

History Skits

My BOOKS of history drama skits are under “Books and Materials.” These individual skits are my most popular set in the 1800s.

Napoleon, Man of Destiny

Near Coxon’s Tower

American Inventions

One does not discover new lands without consenting to lose sight of the shore for a very long time.

Andre GideFrench Nobel Prize winner in Literature | Used in the production, “Discovery” by R. Locklear