Asian Tales

Asian Tales

Asian Festivals Theme Package (Older Readers)

Teacher Theme Packages

Four scripts about popular Asian Festivals.

  • The Ghost Festival: Di and Tien at the Ghost Festival
  • The Moon Festival: The Archer's Wife
  • The Tomb Sweeping Festival: Max and the Tomb Sweep
  • The Lantern Festival: The Story of the Dragon God of Rice
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Little Frog in the Well

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A Taiwanese Fable for Intermediate/Advanced Readers about the joy of expanding your horizons and moving on in life. A little bird swoops into a well and carries Little Frog out into the world on his back.

Max and the Tomb Sweep

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This script follows Max and his mother as they sweep Granny's tomb and discuss the reason for celebrating The Tomb Sweeping Festival. Happily, the three narrators learn all about the festival too.

THE ARCHER'S WIFE

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Origins of the Moon Festival In this legend re-told in rhyme, the emperor orders his archer to shoot down 10 suns that live in the sky.

THE CRAZY CRITTERS OF TAIWAN!

Readers Theater Scripts

This Script is written for Beginning/Intermediate Readers. Features Five Animals from Taiwan: Hsuehshan Grass Lizard, Red-Bellied Squirrel, Red Eared Turtle, Ryukyu Flying Fox, and the Asian Leopard Cat.

THE DOUBLE NINTH DAY

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The Origins of The Double Ninth Day. A Fanciful Folk Tale for Intermediate/Advanced Readers.

THE GOBLINS OF HOKKAIDO

Readers Theater Scripts

Here's a well-known Japanese folktale for intermediate readers. A blue goblin and a red goblin live in the northern mountains of Japan on the island of Hokkaido. Both are the proud possessors of magic noses.

THE LAKE OF THE SISTERS AND THE TREE BROTHERS

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This is a beautiful legend that describes how The Lake of the Sisters on Mount Ali was created.

THE LEGEND OF SUN-MOON LAKE

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Two Versions: Intermediate & Advanced 

A Legend: The Origin of the Holding Ball Dance. This legend follows two young people, ShuiSheJie and DaJianGe, on a quest to find the missing sun and moon.

THE MONSTER NAMED YEAR!

Readers Theater Scripts

A fanciful Folk Tale for Beginning/Intermediate Readers celebrating Chinese New Year. Ever wonder why we chase the old year away?

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