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Readers' Theater: How to Put on a Production

Theater is a fun, interactive way to help students improve their reading fluency and oral speaking skills. It also gives students a chance to work cooperatively in groups and helps build their confidence, especially for reluctant readers. Each title in the Readers' Theater series provides information for putting on a production and a script that can be adapted to the format the school sees fit - as a skit, readers' theater, or full-on play! Teachers can download a free teacher's guide with additional tips on costumes and props and reading level information for each character on our Web site. Aligned to Common Core Standards and correlated to state standards. Looking Glass Library is an imprint of Magic Wagon, a division of ABDO Group. Grades P-4.

Title   ATOS Format Qty
Farmyard Security: A Readers' Theater Script and Guide 4.0
Fettuccine and Four-Leaf Clovers: A Readers' Theater Script and Guide 3.7
Ghosts and Gummy Worms: A Readers' Theater Script and Guide 3.3
Groundhogs and Guinea Pigs: A Readers' Theater Script and Guide 3.6
Hair Today, Gone Tomorrow: A Readers' Theater Script and Guide 3.9
Medals and Memorials: A Readers' Theater Script and Guide 3.8
Pickles and Parks: A Readers' Theater Script and Guide 4.1
Pricked Pinkies: A Readers' Theater Script and Guide 3.7
Princedom of Pea: A Readers' Theater Script and Guide 4.0
Princess and the Frog: A Readers' Theater Script and Guide 3.6
Snow White and the Seven Dorks: A Readers' Theater Script and Guide 3.9
Turkey and Takeout: A Readers' Theater Script and Guide 3.7
  • New! Spring 2020
  • New! Fall 2019

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