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THE MAGIC CARROT CAPER

Readers Theater Scripts

You've heard of the Gigantic Turnip? Well this time around it's a carrot that won't be uprooted. In this version of the popular folk tale, a walrus, hippopotamus, elephant, dinosaur, and tiny mouse, help a little old man and lady unearth the pesky vegetable.

THE MAGICIAN'S MUFFINS

Readers Theater Scripts

A perfect tale for intermediate readers to rehearse and then perform for primary children. Two magical roly poly peanut butter and jelly muffins outrun and outsmart a cow, a duck, a sheep, a pig, and a mighty magician.

THE MAGICIAN'S MUFFINS - YOUNGER READERS

Readers Theater Scripts

Move over Gingerbread Man! Make way for two magical roly poly peanut butter and jelly muffins who outrun and outsmart a cow, a duck, a sheep, a pig, and a mighty magician.

THE MAN WHO FLEW INTO SPACE

Choral Reading Scripts

Choral Reading, Older Elementary School Students

A script is loosely based on an old jump rope rhyme and contains a lively rhythm and repetitive chorus.

THE MAN WHO FLEW INTO SPACE - OLDER READERS

Readers Theater Scripts

This script features rhythm and rhyming words and is loosely based on an old jump rope rhyme about a man who flies into space.

THE MONKEY AND THE CROCODILE, PART 1

Readers Theater Scripts

A clever young monkey outsmarts the crocodile who is about to eat her by pretending she has left the tastiest part of her body back home in a mango tree.

THE MONKEY AND THE CROCODILE, PART 2

Readers Theater Scripts

Grandmother monkey tells her granddaughter how to visit "the island in the middle of the swamp.

THE MONSTER MAD

Choral Reading Scripts

Choral Reading, Older Elementary School Students

Anger Management Theme

This fun, fast moving script introduces "visualization" as a way to manage anger and get rid of the dreaded "Monster Mad" in all of us. 

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?

THE MONSTER NAMED YEAR - OLDER READERS

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.

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