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Fun Readers Theatres?
Old 04-15-2009, 09:05 AM
 
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We've got 2 days of state testing this week for reading, and 2 days of math state testing next week. Trying to fill the days with fun yet educational things we don't usually fit in. I'm sure someone must have a few fun readers theatres for me?! Please?!


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Have you looked on readinglady.com? Not sure what grade you have, but there are LOTS to choose from.
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Readers' Theater Book
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I use the Evan-Moor Readers' Theater Grade 3 Book.

I know you probably want something right away, but the kids have really enjoyed some of these and several fit right into our curriculum.
There are activities that go with each play too.
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We teach about soil and plants and my students have really enjoyed this readers theater. We made masks and vegetables to use. The students watching are in charge of the garden growing and hold up the correct plants. We switch and everybody gets a chance to speak.
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The True Story of the Three Little Pigs
Old 04-16-2009, 03:21 PM
 
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I just took this story and made up my own play. I have 3-4 narrators plus the pigs and the wolf. It's a funny story and the kids love it. I have done it in first, second and third grade. Also, I have gotten some funny ones from a website aaronshep.com that I used when I taught third.


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Old 04-17-2009, 08:46 AM
 
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Could you post a copy? I love the story, and my kids love readers theater.
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