Reader’s theater is great for kids to enjoy over summer break, whether in organized programs or just at home with their siblings or friends! One mother shares her experience of keeping bored children entertained with a productive and fun activity: http://www.readingrockets.org/blog/32015/. Watch the video below!
Educators can do several things to encourage reader’s theater practice at home over the summer, which helps prevent summer learning loss for students across all family income levels. Fostering reading at home also increases parent involvement, which results in better overall reading success for children.
*Send home with students a list of free reader’s theater script sources from our blog: http://www.freereaderstheater.com/free-readers-theater-stories-and-scripts
*Purchase Playbooks® Summer Fun Take Home Packs at a discount before May 31st. Get information here.
*Order Playbooks® Lend and Extend Packs to create a reader’s theater library for students to check out scripts over the summer. Get information here.