If you’re looking for a fun activity that will bolster your students’ reading, listening, and speaking skills, you may want to try Reader’s Theater. With Reader’s Theater, students work together in small groups to present a play or piece of literature. It’s an opportunity for students to learn to read aloud with expression, improve comprehension, and boost reading fluency. Reader's Theater creates a purpose for reading and makes it into an enjoyable activity for children of all ages.
Reader's Theater: Classic Poetry is a delightful collection of 46 classic poems which have been converted into easy-to-use scripts ready for homeschool group or classroom productions. These scripts have been conveniently sorted into categories of two, three, four, and five or more readers. They are suitable for students working at a variety of reading levels which makes them perfect for differentiated instruction.
Reader's Theater: Classic Poetry includes a wide variety of poems ranging from classic stories like “The Sorcerer’s Apprentice” and “The Boy and the Wolf” to character building works such as "Deeds of Kindness" and "Try Again." You’ll also find poetry written by such famous authors as:
Louisa May Alcott
Christina Georgina Rossetti
With Reader's Theater: Classic Poetry, your students can be reading aloud classic poems in an entertaining way for your next class or homeschool presentation.
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