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Category Archives: Reader’s Theater Photos
These fifth graders (shown below) in Crookston, MN are having a blast with reader’s theater, performing “The Three Little Wolfies and the Big Bad Pig.” Fractured fairy tales are a popular genre for students. As you can see in the … Continue reading
Middle School students at the Nyack Library in New York recently performed a reader’s theater story, “Su Su and the Magic Mirror” based on the story by Elaine Lindy. Watch the photograph slide show and see for yourself that older … Continue reading
Although performance is never required, students often enjoy reciting reader’s theater scripts in front of an audience after first practicing the script several times in small, non-threatening groups.
One reading recovery teacher, Greg Brown from North Carolina, shared this photo of his students wearing simple costume propos after participating in a reader’s theater story. It’s great to see how much his students loved reading the script!