- Shakespeare Week:
- Welcome To Shakespeare Week - 12 to 18 March 2018
"Shakespeare Week is a national annual celebration giving primary school aged children opportunities for enriching and enjoyable early encounters with Shakespeare.
Schools, families, home educators and cultural organisations can register now to access our free resources and events listings."
- NO FEAR SHAKESPEARE
"No Fear Shakespeare puts Shakespeare's language side-by-side with a facing-page translation into modern English
— the kind of English people actually speak today."
See All No Fear Shakespeare Titles
- Shakespeare Stories (Younger Fiction)
"The tales have been retold using accessible language...
TITLES IN THIS SET: Antony and Cleopatra, Twelfth Night, Romeo and Juliet, Henry V, Hamlet,
A Midsummer Night's Dream, Macbeth & The Tempest."
Paperback from $9.06
450 Years of Shakespeare
"William Shakespeare was born 450 years ago. His birthday, 23 April, falls on St George’s Day, the English national holiday.
This year, there will be numerous events all around the world celebrating the Bard.
Look out for more articles here as events are announced, but some highlights will be:
A world tour of Hamlet ...
Shakespeare in Love ...
Two Gentlemen of Lebowski by Adam Bertocci
"Bertocci basically does a scene-by-scene rewrite of the movie, with judicious conflation of scenes...
Bertocci pulls lines from actual Shakespeare...
He employed a mix of prose and verse, without much distinction to whether characters use one or the other at all times..."
Read the first 3 scenes for free.
Shakespeare for Kids "offers lessons and activities for kids and families to test your knowledge of Shakespeare's plays and learn about his life and time...
From word jumbles to weird words to trading Shakespearean insults and quotations to acting out the scenes from scripts written for kids, you’ll have fun with words at this site. Read the fun facts about Shakespeare’s life and times, including a recipe for a seventeenth-century room deodorizer..."
Read the REVIEW by Education World.
No Fear Shakespeare "puts Shakespeare's language side-by-side with a facing-page translation into modern English—the kind of English people actually speak today."
- Absolute Shakespeare,
- "the essential resource for William Shakespeare's plays,
sonnets, poems, quotes, biography and the legendary Globe Theatre."
for Kids :
- Words galore and scene scripts.
- Learn about Shakespeare's life and times
- Have fun with pictures from Shakespeare's time.
- See how much you know about the characters in Shakespeare's plays
- Solve Shakespeare puzzles
Illustrated "explores nineteenth-century paintings, criticism and productions
of Shakespeare's plays and their influences on one another."