Plays!

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  1. TeachingTy2010

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    So I thought it would be fun in the upcoming weeks, is for my students to be apart of a play since we have to learn the elements of a play..so why not act one out!?

    Any good suggestions or ideas for a play other than the 3 Billy Goats Gruff! LOL.
     
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  3. Sarge

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    If you PM me your email, I'll send you some plays based on the Frog and Toad stories.
     
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    Do you have access to Readinga-z? It has many reader's theater scripts!

    My kids loved The Three Little Pigs and the Trial of the Wolf.
     
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    nope...whats that?
     
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    Readinga-z.com

    It is a website with leveled reading books that you can print, worksheets, teaching lesson plans, readers' theater scripts, assessments, etc. It's a great resource. It costs money, but they often offer a free week for teachers where you can download a few things.
     
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    I would just google Reader's theater scripts... my kids LOVED doing Skippyjon Jones (you can find it on skippyjonjones.com), but it might be a little hard for 1st graders.
     
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    Readers theater . Yes they loved Three Billy Goats Gruff, but we also did The Little Red Hen. I purchased a readers theater book specifically for first grade that had additional activities to go with the play such as finger puppets and worksheets that covered comprehension,sequencing,summary, etc...
     

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