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A Tortoise, of Course (Choral, Older Readers)

Choral Reading Scripts

Choral Reading Version, Older Elementary School Readers

What's that moving on the land, almost invisible in the sand? What can it be?

A Tortoise, of Course - (Readers Theater, Older Readers)

Readers Theater Scripts

Readers Theater, Older Elementary School Readers

What's that moving on the land, almost invisible in the sand, close to the ground, patiently plodding, treading slowly, tenderly bobbing, bald head weaving, bouncing, nodding? See? What can it be?

A Valentine Rhyme: Take Five

Choral Reading Scripts

Choral Reading Version,Younger Elementary School Readers

Five fancy, funny, frilly, fantastic, and "fudgy" Valentines are sent off to win a Valentine's heart. The sender swears there is nothing too good for the intended. Well, almost nothing.

A Valentine Rhyme: Take Five (Older Readers)

Readers Theater Scripts

Readers Theater Version, Younger Elementary School Readers

Five fancy, funny, frilly, fantastic, and "fudgy" Valentines are sent off to win a Valentine's heart. The sender swears there is nothing too good for the intended. Well, almost nothing.

A Vegetable Valentine (Younger Readers)

Choral Reading Scripts

Choral Reading Version, Older Elementary School Readers

A combination Choral Reading/Readers Theater script for Elementary School readers. "You may not carrot all for me, You may turnip your nose. But if your heart could beet with mine, forever lettuce hope, there is no reason in this world why we two canteloupe."

Abraham and Isaac (Grades 6-12)

Readers Theater Scripts

Readers Theater, Grades 6-12

A Story About the Offering of Isaac. A script based on Genesis 22. Abraham is commanded to go to the land of Moriah, climb a special mountain, and bring a specific gift for God himself. The command is a test of Abraham's faith and obedience.

Alexander Graham Bell, Inventor of the Telephone

Readers Theater Scripts

Readers Theater, Grades 6-12

Canadian-born Alexander Graham Bell, his wife, father-in-law, lawyer, and partner (Thomas Watson) appear in court before a judge. They take part in a preliminary hearing to determine ownership of patent rights to the telephone.

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Alexander Mackenzie

Readers Theater Scripts

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(1764-1820), CROSSING CANADA BY LAND Loyalist Alexander Mackenzie mounts two long and difficult explorations in his search for a water route to the West. "Why?" asks his cousin Roderick. "Furs, man, furs!" replies Mackenzie.

All About The Weather! Readers Theater Script Theme Package

Teacher Theme Packages

Younger Elementary School Readers

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Four scripts about weather and seasons.

An Awesome Plan

Readers Theater Scripts

Readers Theater, Older Elementary Readers

A SCRIPT ABOUT PROTECTING THE ENVIRONMENT 

In this story, a number of characters talk about capturing a wild animal, putting it in a cage, and feeding it people food. Is this a good plan?

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