THE TOWN WITH A VERY SPECIAL SOUND
Choral Reading Version, Younger Elementary School Readers
If your primary students like trains, this might be a good script to try. The story is about a little town that has a very special sound. The town is surrounded by train tracks and the special sound comes from the many trains that pass through day and night.
THE TOWN WITH A VERY SPECIAL SOUND - YOUNGER READERS
Readers Theater Version, Younger Readers
The chorus of this script asks the readers to duplicate many of the sounds that come from trains. To make the reading even more fun, the chorus can be read to the rhythm of a real train as it chug-a-lugs along the tracks. These are easy-reader lines for children who can read simple words and phrases.
THE TRICKSY MOUNTAIN ELVES
Knowing that the elves love meatloaf and never, ever eat breakfast, helps the pair outsmart their unwanted guests.
A cheese pie baked in a jar lid, a chicken casserole baked in an egg shell, and a meatloaf baked in a sewing thimble are part of the plan.
Readers: 6 Script
Length: 9 Pages
Performance time: 5 minutes
Set in the mountain country. An innkeeper and his very capable wife find their inn invaded by invisible tricksy mountain elves.
THE UNICORN AND THE YOUNG ARABIAN ORYX
The Arabian Oryx is known as "The Unicorn of the Desert" and there is even a legend about how that name came to be. This Readers Theater script takes the legend one step further by telling the tale of a young oryx who dreams of being a unicorn.
THE WRIGHT BROTHERS, INVENTORS OF THE AIRPLANE
Three students visit a flight museum and are amazed when statues of Orville and Wilber Wright come alive and speak to them. The students question these famous brothers and learn important facts about the invention of the airplane.