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Does anyone have FREE reader's theater scripts I can print? (it can even be online, we have latops) and activities that may go withh them? Thanks so much

Forgot to say 3-5 grade


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I just googled for free printable readers theater scripts, and a lot of stuff came up. You can add your grade level to the search.

I don't think I would recommend reading the scripts off the computer. It's difficult to read on the computer screen, and your goal is to increase fluency and accuracy. Besides, it's just way too easy for people to flip from one screen to the next and lose their place. I always printed scripts and highlighted the text for each character on a separate scripts. For example, if I had five readers, I would copy five scripts. Each script would be labeled for each reader, and each reader's lines would be highlighted on his/her script. It took a lot of time to prep, but I kept the scripts from year to year, so it paid off in the end.
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That's smart and makes sense teacherwriter. Thanks, I'll def do that.
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Best resource EVER!
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I have used Aaron Shepard's pages for years. You can search his free scripts by age and topic. He also has how-to information, including how to help students write their own scripts.

In the first paragraph on the home page, select "treats and resources." It will have links to all the "stuff."

http://www.aaronshep.com

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If you have access to readers used in the early 80ís /plays were very common . It was the early bird of Readers Theatre. I love choral and inflectional reading . It helps with comprehension.


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