Readers Theater Scripts
Ever wonder why we chase the old year away? This folk tale, re-told in verse, explains why Chinese New Year is celebrated with dancing lions, firecrackers, and many red decorations.
Celebrating The Third Night of the Chinese New Year. A Mouse King's search for a son-in-law who is "the most powerful in the world." This is a charming tale for all ages.
The rice balls roll into a hole under the nutmeg tree and when the old man follows to retrieve them, the adventure begins.
A Fairy Tale based on "The Gingerbread Man" for Beginning Readers.
A Readers Theater Script for Beginning Readers: The Origin of the Dragon Boat Festival.
Readers Theater Version, Younger Readers Origins of The Holding Ball Dance
Did you know The Lantern Festival is celebrated because of an old man's dream and a thirsty snake?
Most folks know the story of the Three Little Pigs. However, if these same little pigs live in Taiwan, they might well be Lee-Sung pigs. Nobody seems to know how the wolf made his way to Taiwan to help tell this tale. Ah, the beauty of fiction!
Script 1: CHINESE LOVERS' DAY
Script 2: DI AND TIEN AT THE GHOST FESTIVAL
Two Readers Theater Folk Tales for Intermediate Readers: The Origins of Chinese Lovers' Day and The Origins of The Ghost Festival.
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