Easy Links to the P.A.R.T.Y. in a Box Series


Over the years, US Academic Triathlon has asked students which event is their favorite. Surprisingly, the breakdown has always come out to be almost exactly split into thirds, with each of our three events taking an equal part of the pie.

Last season we provided a series of tips for improving the skit planning and performances for these students who don’t find it quite so easy. In case you missed it or need a refresher before heading into the last Round Robin Meet on February 19, we’ve provided links for the series below.

Theater Etiquette

Front and Center

Make it Memorable

Backdrops Set the Scene

Costumes make the Character

Props add Pop

Close Reading

Looking for more creative ways for your students or child to reach their full potential? Stay tuned for our next series on Multiple Intelligences that starts next week!

I am the Creative Director and Webmaster for US Academic Triathlon. I write the curriculum for Meets, as well as the enrichment activities and articles for this site. Peggy Sheldon, the Founder of USAT, is my mother so I have been living and breathing the program since it was founded over 30 years ago.

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