A Children's Play Of The Stations Of The Crossby Heather Cleaver
Heather has taught preschool, first grade, and second grade. She has taught Mathematics while employed through the Catapult Program for first through
Heather Cleaver has been teaching in the Catholic Schools for more than ten years through the Archdiocese of Chicago. She has acquired her Master's Degree in Education through the University of Illinois at Chicago.
Heather has taught preschool, first grade, and second grade. She has taught Mathematics while employed through the Catapult Program for first through seventh grade. She has taken the role of Choir Director for four consecutive years at her school.
For the past six years, Heather has produced plays at her school with help from her co-workers and the dedication of her students.
Heather's passions include spending time with her family, crocheting, bike-riding, gardening, and practicing yoga. She currently resides in llinois.
"I have had the honor of viewing this play as written and directed by Heather Cleaver, and I have also been honored to have co-directed this play three times . . . What makes this play spectacular is how the characters come alive so that the audience feels both the characters' pain and their joy."―Karen Plichta, Primary School Teacher
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Schools and churches will love this interpretation of the Stations of the Cross. A Children's Play of Stations of the Cross provides a heartfelt and reverent way for children to reenact the story of Jesus' final days. No matter what age, students bring the passions and sorrows of the Biblical story alive in a way that all audiences can understand. I've seen this play presented by 1st and 2nd graders many times, and am always amazed at how well the children perform and how well the audience responds. Students, teachers, parents, and friends will love watching A Children's Play of Stations of the Cross.
My daughter performed in the play when she was in Ms. Cleaver's second grade class. It is a great play for children! My daughter recalls her performance in the play especailly during Lent season.
This is actually a really good play for children. It has wonderful ideas for props and the script is perfect for children. Just in time for Lent!