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It Must Be Spring (RT, Primary Version)

Readers Theater Scripts

Readers Theater Version, Younger Elementary School Readers

Spring is here! How can we tell? Well, this script for Primary Readers features the many signs of spring including April showers, budding flowers, tiny chicks, newborn sheep, humming bees, hungry robins, and yucky-mucky mud puddles ready for stomping.

It's Arbor Day!

Choral Reading Scripts

Choral Reading, Older Elementary School Readers

This script takes a look at how Arbor Day came to be.

Jack Rabbits

Readers Theater Scripts

Readers Theater, Older Elementary School Readers

The villagers of Overton all agree that something must be done about Jack Wiley and his practical joking. They like Jack, but know that Jack is "a practical joker of the worst kind, the kind who never quits!"

Jacques Cartier

Readers Theater Scripts

Readers Theater, Grades 6-12

(1491-1557), Searching for a Water Route to China

Back in France, Jacques Cartier meets a friend on the street who asks Jacques where he has been for the last three years.

James Naismith, Inventor of Basketball

Readers Theater Scripts

Readers Theater, Grades 6-12

An ace newspaper reporter and his photographer plan to interview Canadian James Naismith about a new game played with peach baskets! They visit the Springfield, Massachusette YMCA where Naismith works.

Jason and the Golden Fleece

Readers Theater Scripts

Jason sails off in the Argo and with Medea's magical help, finally outsmarts Pelias, the king of Colchis, and a field of fire-breathing dragons to retrieve the Golden Fleece.

Joe and the Button Factory

Readers Theater Scripts

A fast moving, fun, repetitive tale about a fellow named Joe who works in a button factory and pushes buttons.

Johann Gutenberg, Inventor of Moveable Type

Readers Theater Scripts

The TV series "This is Your Story" features stories of the influential and famous. Today's show asks Johann Gutenberg to identify some mystery voices from the past! A monastery monk, Gutenberg's father, and the world's first printer tell a fascinating tale about the invention of moveable type.

Jonah

Readers Theater Scripts

A Story About Jonah and the Whale. God commands Jonah to go to the great city of Nineveh and tell the people. He plans to destroy them because of their wicked ways. Jonah hears the command and runs in the opposite direction!

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